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****Raw Video: San Bruno Surveillance Cameras Capture meteor strike followed by fireball detonation****
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 974904:MV8xMTg5NjE0XzE5MzAzMDY2XzRDNzUyMkRG] No someone in a previous post nailed it. Gas doesn't expand unless heated or ignited. If it were like the news articles say, and people smelled gas, it would have ignited and we would have seen an instant fireball along with the flames. This isn't what we see. It's a hit. Something hit the ground and the result is a fireball from the gas main. It could have been a meteor, or a low flying plane dropping a bomb, haarp, you name it, but something hit that place. I would tend to think it could have been intentional. Supposedly the gas lines were very large there compared to most underground lines. Maybe someone studied the plans and intentionally hit that area. Who knows why, there are a million reasons. The flashes/ or reflections at the start of the video are interesting as well as the strange patterns on the mailbox. [/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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