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Originally posted by CthulhuRising
This Article Which includes a picture refers to "remains of animals" and "chips of lead and silver" found in the area..And This Article Says test of the soil and water will take several days..
I think you will find that this is going to set off a series of events starting with mysterious illnesses and spoiling of land around and near the crash site, also local waterways have probably now been contaminated.
Limachi stated, "the animals aren't eating and some people are stuttering, it seems to be because they are frightened and worried about the impact."
Peru's Andina News Agency reported today that Puno's Regional Health Directorate sent a group of specialists to the Carancas community in the province of Chucuito near Bolivia to take samples of a meteorite that supposedly landed in the area. Jorge López Tejada, a representative for the institution, stated that an environmental cleaning crew was going to the area to take earth and water samples from the actual landing site and from surrounding areas. "The samples will be tested in Lima, where the necessary equipment is available. We hope that results will be ready within 7days," said Jorge López Tejada. In addition, Tejada stated that a health brigade, consisting of doctors and nurses would be sent to the landing site to aid people that had reported health problems after having gotten close to the supposed meteorite. "Between 10 and 12 people have reported dizziness, migraines and in some cases vomiting. They assure that after having had close contact with the object the symptoms began," stated Tejada. Furthermore, Tejada stated that check ups would be performed and that it had not been discarded that the symptoms could be related to the glowing object which fell from the sky. "They are healthy people, it could be (due to) radiation, we don't know, we are assuming, it's worth investigating. Things will be clearer tomorrow," stated Tejada.
Originally posted by observe50
I don't know I still fell it strange that there are all these fireballs in the last few months.
Originally posted by darkskyJust seems a bit irresponsible to me.