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PHOENIX - Video sent to ABC15 may have captured the mysterious "glowing object " that captivated many residents Wednesday night in the Southwest.
Kimberly Curto, a freshman at Desert Vista High School in Phoenix, posted a YouTube video showing a possible meteor that flew through the night sky during her brother's Junior Varsity football game.
The FOX 10 newsroom has been flooded with calls from people reporting a strange streak in the sky -- and it wasn't just seen here.
Our sister station in Los Angeles has been getting calls about the same streak. People have reported seeing it in Tucson, San Diego and Las Vegas.
We even heard police officers from valley agencies discussing it on the scanners.
We are making calls trying to figure out what this could have been, but right now -- we don't know.
PHOENIX (KPHO) -
A mystery light that ripped across the Valley's western skyline had witnesses lighting up telephone switchboards wondering what they saw Wednesday night.
CBS 5 received a slew of calls from viewers looking for an explanation. Angie Wendling said it was like a "shooting star." Many people described it as a bluish-green light.
Madeline Mattlich said it was traveling north to south. Another viewer wrote in a Facebook post, "I was just on the sofa and it really caught my eye."