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Student Ana Zhmaeva was convinced she had just seen a mid-air plane crash when she began to record the incident in the air over the western city of St Petersburg, where Russia's president was born.
Ms Zhmaeva immediately reported the unexplained incident to police but they have since been unable to locate any crashed objects and no plane collisions were reported at the time.
The footage, which is now with the authorities, appears to show two objects collide with a bright flash before one of them plunges to the ground and fragments seen scattering in the cloud.
Ms Zhmaeva said: "When I started filming the UFOs [Unidentified Flying Objects] disappeared like they had exploded or crashed into each other."
originally posted by: yuppa
Drones collision. That or fireworks or a light reflecting off of venus.
originally posted by: chelsealad
a reply to: yuppa
Really!?! Fireworks during the day? And the planet Venus visable this side of a cloud!
If you are going to try and debunk a thread please try and use a bit more imagination.
The only thing you said with a bit of sense was a drone collision. However, every single thing seems to be drones. Oh, wait I know what it is......it is lens Flare lmao
originally posted by: yorkshirelad
2 pixels wide ...it's a ufo from alpha centauri !...or maybe a video of two objects colliding but who knows what because the camera is too far way to catch the detail.
Bet you there is closer video but because the objects are clearly identifiable nobody gives a damn because it's a non event!!!!!!!!!
originally posted by: markosity1973
Interesting, whatever drops just disappears from the camera view before it hits the ground.
Food for thought............
originally posted by: Greathouse
" Another thing that got forgotten was the fact that against all probability a sperm whale had suddenly been called into existence several miles above the surface of an alien planet.