Silverdale, Washington -- According to a construction crew working on a Silverdale apartment complex, several chunks of ice fell from the sky, pelting the site late Wednesday.

"This is a piece that came off that hit and landed right over there -- what's left of it, about a third of it maybe," witness Bill Clark said.

The chunks of ice fell from the sky, punching a hole in the roof of an awning and another tearing the gutter off the side of a building.

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"One hit right on this roof and went down through and caused that hole there, and then we had one explode up in that parking lot, and one exploded down in our lower parking lot," witness Kyle Harmia said.

"It was loud, probably like a tree hitting the side of a house or something. Yeah, it was pretty loud," witness Kenny Beam said.

Witnesses told KIRO 7 Eyewitness News that one ice ball was the size of a basketball when it hit.

Those who found it think it came off a passing airplane.

"You can tell if you look by the shape, there was something cylindrical that went right through there, like the antenna would be on the wing of a plane," Clark said.

KIRO 7 Eyewitness News reporter Kevin McCarty contacted a representative with the Federal Aviation Administration who said they had no reports regarding the mysterious ice so far.