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but recently a comet or asteroid recently was seen crashing somewhere in the U.S., i can't remember where, (and there was alot of calls regarding it) but when they tried locating the impact spot there was none, not even a trace of anything.
Officials: Fireball likely a meteor
01:50 PM CDT on Thursday, July 8, 2004
OKLAHOMA CITY -- A large meteor may have been what residents in Oklahoma, Texas and parts of the south-central United States saw streaking across the sky.
The National Weather Service says it received numerous reports of a fireball in the sky around 9:30 p.m. last night.
After discussions with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the weather service says residents probably saw a large meteor.
Officials say they didn't find debris or a crash site last night.
Regional Federal Aviation Administration spokesman John Clabes says there have been no reports of missing aircraft.
Originally posted by whos_out_there
i thought i was going crazy for a second there. Just makes u think.