A house in China was damaged after debris from a rocket carrying a satellite into orbit fell from the sky.
According to local police, the rocket propeller crashed into a villager's home just minutes after the launch on Thursday morning.
AFP reports that there were no casualties in the incident in Xunyang County.
The wreckage made a hole on top of the roof after falling through the house causing a loud noise which rattled the windows, qq.com reports.
Xunyang police wrote on social media that the machinery was part of a rocket's propulsion system.
Local residents were told "not to panic".
The Daily Mail reports that the villager will be compensated by the government.
Luckily, he was in his garden at the time of the crash.
Last year, an Apache attack helicopter carrying two people crashed into a building in Taiwan - and miraculously, the pilots survived.
The chopper was a new AH-64E, forcing all of the army's 18 AH-64E Apache helicopters to be grounded.
An investigation was launched to determine the cause of the crash.
No one on the ground was injured in the crash that took place in northern Taiwan during a routine training mission, the military said.
An official told reporters: "The incident happened during basic flight training for unknown reasons and a special team is investigating the cause."
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