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Cash rained down to the streets and onto rooftops after a U.S. led airstrike on an ISIS cash hoard made a direct hit and the money got blown sky high.

The Department of Defense has released declassified video from its January 11 bombing of an ISIS cash depot in Mosul, Iraq, which was first reported exclusively by CNN.

The video, which has no sound, begins moments before a pair of 2,000-pound bomb strikes the building. After the explosion, clouds of cash are seen fluttering in the air and later scatter on top of the roofs of nearby buildings.

Officials did not say exactly how much money was there or in what currency, but it was described as "millions."

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