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A camera near the waterfront captured the moment the light streaked down over the harbour sky. From its vantage point, the light appears to end with a flash just beyond the hills.
Andrew Wilkins was eating dinner at a downtown St. John's pub, looking out over the city's iconic harbour, when a flash of green light caught his attention.
"The whole sky just lit up," he said. "It was coming in on a 45 degree angle, coming down to the right."
He paused to determine if he could hear a crash, but the noisy chatter of the busy pub prevented him from hearing any sound the flash of light may have made.
Across town, Krista Godfrey was sitting in her living room and gazing out the window at her view of the city.
"I can, on a good day, kind of see Signal Hill," she said, describing her vantage point.
"[It was] certainly the biggest thing I'd ever seen in terms of a meteor or meteorite," Godfrey said. "I kept waiting to see if there would be a boom coming with it. But nothing happened."