The final JEA implosion of the St. Johns River Power Park is scheduled for next Friday, July 19.

JEA said it will implode its smokestack and two boilers at 8 a.m. that day.

No road closures are expected in the area, but nearby residents and commuters may hear loud noises associated with the implosion, as well as notice dust in the area.

JEA said it didn't establish a public viewing area.

This implosion will finish the series of implosions for the power park. The first took place last June where it took just 12 seconds for 1,500 pounds of dynamite to bring down two towers measuring about 462-feet tall.

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