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****Raw Video: San Bruno Surveillance Cameras Capture meteor strike followed by fireball detonation****
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 1098372:MV8xMTg5NjE0XzE5MzAxNTQzX0EyRUJCRUIy] [quote:Anonymous Coward 995726] Look at the glare that goes across the camera around 6-7 seconds in before the asphalt and chunks come up. I see the vertical line you are refering too. I guess I attributed it to a reflection of light off of the passing cars. I never believed it until I saw it. everyone here was saying a meteor strike and I was LMAO. Guess the joke is on me. I wonder if there will be more video coming out as well. Good thing the FBI did not take it, or we would wonder about the conspiracy for years, or some would anyways. [/quote] Also, be sure to peek out the windows tonight at exactly midnight. You will see the Easter Bunny. If you can't tell the "rocks" are coming "up" fromt the blast, and you so easily believe the OP;s claim about space rocks, jeez! Please watch for the Easter Bunny tonight! [/quote]
At the 10 second mark of video a hail of space rocks located to the far left at the middle of the screen flurryb down then an explosion....
No wonder witnesses heard a loud airborne whoosh.
Don't believe me check it out...
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