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One Point of Light Splits into Three over Missouri

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Published: 4:44 PM 10/7/2014

One point of light split into three points of ligh

Maryville, Missouri - 09-12-14

Shape: Light - Duration: 2 seconds

One point of light split into three points of light.

I was facing NNE at 11:50 from Northwest University and saw a white point of light fall downward from left to right at a pretty steep angle. The point of light split into three smaller points and eventually faded off.

Both the single point and the three points had a trail behind them. This all happened in two seconds.

It was roughly 30 above ground level. I would be willing to guess it was a meteor.

Even if its not a UFO this is just to help report and confirm any other similar sightings at this place and time.

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