Tim Pfaff checks out the damage to his house and car, where a boulder landed after it broke free Tuesday night from a nearby hillside in Athens, Ohio, early Wednesday morning, March 21, 2012. The boulder crushed two vehicles, damaged a house, knocked down utility poles and damaged an underground water line, but no one was injured.
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