posted on Feb, 22 2013 @ 07:44 PM
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A streak of light that apparently sparked several reports across Southern California was not considered to be a public
threat, according to fire officials.
Over 40 reports from eyewitnesses around the Southland and statewide reported the sight to the American Meteor Society (AMS) around approximately
10:30 p.m. on Thursday night.
Residents from cities as far north as Sacramento, Pismo Beach and Santa Barbara and as far south as Malibu and Costa Mesa reported a “brief tail of
light” – described as everything from blue to white to bright green in color – traveling in a east-southeast to west-northwest direction across
the night sky.
Sightings were also reported in Montebello, Anaheim, Palm Desert, Alhambra, Canyon Country, Arcadia, Laguna Niguel, Burbank, Van Nuys, Glendale,
Pasadena, San Fernando, and other cities.
The flood of reports prompted the Los Angeles Fire Department to respond on Twitter: “We are in routine operations. There are no emergencies in Los
Angeles related to the sighting of a bright light in our atmosphere.”
Strange, strange times we're living in, folks! Wonder if this has any relation with the Russia meteor, asteroid near-miss and another meteor seeing in
California and Cuba, all in the same day?
I tried to search but it takes me here: samuru.com, not sure what's wrong with it.
edit on 22-2-2013 by PerceptionReality because: (no reason