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Published: Monday, November 11, 2019 @ 11:24 PM
By: Cox Media Group National Content Desk
ST. CHARLES COUNTY, Mo. — Home security cameras in Missouri caught a bright fireball that streaked across the sky Monday evening.
A large fireball was spotted over St. Louis on EarthCam, a website dedicated to webcam content around the world.
Vergel (@DavidVergel97) November 12, 2019
Twitter user Mike Hefner uploaded video from his Nest Cam located in Wentzville, which is west of St. Louis.
Heffner (@hughtrain) November 12, 2019
Rob Edwards posted his video of the event.
#BREAKING: Video of large fireball that soared over the skies of St. Charles County around 8:50-8:55 tonight. People tell @ksdknews the bright light was followed by a loud boom that shook violently. This is from viewer Tim Maudlin. pic.twitter.com/FvdYhOhWew— Rob Edwards (@RobertDEdwards) November 12, 2019
One of the better videos from the event came from Tom Stolze. He notes in the tweet that the meteor traveled from the east to west.
Stolze (@ofallonweather) November 12, 2019
People in the region reported on Twitter that their homes shook as the meteor crossed the sky. Some reported hearing a loud boom about 45 seconds later.
Saw it out here by marthasville, mo. Loud bang about 45 seconds after.— James huitt (@jdothuitt) November 12, 2019