FIREBALL BLAZES THROUGH SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SKIES WEDNESDAY NIGHT

FIREBALL BLAZES THROUGH SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SKIES WEDNESDAY NIGHT

Did you see it? Wednesday night about 8 p.m. Southern California residents from San Diego to Los Angeles to Twentynine Palms reported seeing a bright fireball blazing through the sky about 8 p.m.

Several Sheriff’s deputies saw the bright object breaking up as it traveled through clear skies. It’s possible that the fireball could be from the Taurid meteor shower, which peppers the Earth’s atmosphere with debris at this time of year.

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