Saw this on the Mufon case tracker, seems to be the same thing :
Case Number: 27294
Log Number: US-01072011-0007
Submitted Date: 2011-01-07 14:57 GMT
Event Date: 2011-01-05 19:15 GMT
Vallee Index: AN1
I was sitting on my couch watching tv. My sister was just walking out the door to hang out with her friends when all of a sudden she called for me
frantically. I ran outside just in time to see a ball of light split into 3 balls. They hovered for about 15 seconds before going out one by one. Then
everyone told me about how it had been a giant fireball. My sisters friend got at least one good photo and I got a video. Unfortunately, the video
cuts out after 2 seconds. This morning my friend said the news was saying it was a skydiver with flares. I do not believe that one bit.
Which news station said it was a skydiver with flares? They think people are complete idiots, which is good really, because people will just stop
watching their stupid, lying broadcasts and be more encouraged to get in touch with other people on the net as they seek out more answers. News
stations lying like that are just digging their own graves. Hopefully the same will happen with governments too.
Just been looking around and found that LA Times provided the disinformation :
It's a bird! It's a plane! No, it's parachute jumpers lighting up the nighttime sky at Lake Elsinore
January 7, 2011 | 9:27 am
Skydivers taking a nighttime jump over Lake Elsinore prompted nearby residents to call authorities about fireballs falling from the sky, authorities
Emergency dispatchers were “inundated with calls” Thursday night, reporting something in the sky around the lake area, said Cheri Patterson,
spokeswoman with the Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire Department.
“There were varying reports of what people thought they were seeing and an increased number of 911 calls,” she said.
It turned out to be skydivers making their jumps while holding flares, said Melissa Nieburger, a spokeswoman with the Riverside County Sheriff’s
Sheriff's deputies heard the skydivers were members of the U.S. Army Parachute Team, more commonly known as the Golden Knights, she said.
And from the comments section on the same page :
If this is accurate, where are the pictures of the supposed "parachute jumpers"?? Over 100 people at the grocery store in Murrieta saw this last night
and it was nowhere near the Lake? Also the red ball of fire split into three, after coming through the earth's atmosphere then circled around itself.
I didnt know parachuters could do that. If these were parachuters I would like to see a photo proving it. Just as a side note, I DO NOT believe in
aliens of any kind. But I do believe in the Goverment coming up with crazy experiments that they want to cover up with articles such as this one.
Posted by: Kayleigh Roa | January 07, 2011 at 11:20 AM
ALSO the lights, after splitting into three stayed still in the air for 5 minutes, never came closer to the ground then disappeared. Are parachuters
now able to defy gravity?
Posted by: Kayleigh Roa | January 07, 2011 at 11:22 AM
edit on 8-1-2011 by JoseChung because: add news report and comments