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Video of Meteorite or UFO Crash in Russian Urals?

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From earlynewzneeded

A series of explosions in the skies of Russia's Urals region, reportedly caused by a meteor shower, has sparked panic in three major cities. Witnesses said that houses shuddered, windows were blown out and cellphones stopped working.

Atmospheric phenomena have been registered in the cities of Chelyabinsk, Yekaterinburg and Tyumen.

In Chelyabinsk, witnesses said the explosion was so loud that it resembled an earthquake and thunder at the same time, and that there were huge trails of smoke across the sky. Others reported seeing burning objects fall to earth.

Office buildings in downtown Chelyabinsk are being evacuated. The regional Emergency Ministry said the phenomenon was a meteorite shower, but locals have speculated that it was a military fighter jet crash or a missile explosion.

"According to preliminary data, the flashes seen over the Urals were caused by [a] meteorite shower," the Emergency Ministry told Itar-Tass news agency.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QIMKQihoYRI&sns=Em

 

10 Ton Meteor Falls on Russia and Enflames UFO Panic

As awesome vapor trails filled the skies, which were raining down dangerous “bombs,” many people in the Urals of Russia believed that aliens were attacking and panic apparently ensued. Why do UFO occupants not land? This meteorite strike offers us a big clue!

http://www.ufodigest.com/article/10-ton-meteor-falls-russia-and-enflames-ufo-panic

 

Russian Space Attack!

I have been particularly fascinated by exhilarating reports coming in today (15 February 2013) regarding aerial objects crashing into the earth after being witnessed in the skies over Russia.

An alleged meteor crashing in the Urals of central Russia has apparently injured at least 400 people. The powerful shockwave smashed windows and jostled buildings.

http://www.ufodigest.com/article/russian-space-attack