NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Nearly 150 reports were received by the American Meteor Society of a “fireball” skirting across the sky Sunday night, July 25. The earliest reports started trickling in just before 9 p.m. and cover a large area, from Arkansas and Louisiana to Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas.
The scientific organization reported the fireball traveled in a northeasterly direction, lasting about four seconds.READ MORE: Facebook Says It Will "Pause" Instagram Kids After Backlash
Some North Texas residents took to social media commenting on a “bright flash of light” in the sky. Others mentioned hearing a “sonic boom”. While there isn’t any official confirmation that the object was a meteor, people are still posting videos of what they saw.READ MORE: It Starts At The Gateway Arch And Ends In Texas -- The Rolling Stones American Tour Opens
Juliah Bandy of Carthage posted a Ring video asking if anyone else had seen the “red” streak of light passing overhead.
CBS 11 News viewer Bryan Herrera captured video of the alleged meteor on his dash-cam while driving in The Colony.MORE NEWS: Large Sea Turtle Takes To The Skies For Trip From Florida To Texas Conservatory
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