COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4)– A family in Colorado Springs is grateful no one was hurt when someone threw an object from an overpass that shattered their sunroof.

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“It was the loudest noise I have ever heard,” said Christa Pryor.

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Pryor and her family were taking a drive for Mother’s Day. When they were passing under the Bijou Street bridge over Interstate 25, someone threw something down.

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“It feels like your whole world just exploded,” said Pryor. “Something hit us and ricocheted off of it.”

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Pryor said when she looked back, she couldn’t see what the object was, but she did see two people on the bridge.

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“Two seconds earlier, it would have gone through our windshield,” said Pryor.

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Her 12-year-old son was in the backseat and said he’s particularly upset.