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Florida residents catch on camera the rare moment an unidentified fire ball crosses their night sky

Dazzling fireball explodes in Florida skies. See video here

Thursday, November 24, 2016, 4:54 -

A Florida police officer and local residents captured on video an unidentified fireball streaking the sky on November 21. 

The footage (see above) shows the moment when the fireball approaches Earth and finally explodes in a flash. 

The vehicle camera of Venice police officer Seth Kenny caught the first video of the meteor at 11:17 p.m. 

The second video was recorded by the security camera of Largo residents Christopher and Laura Scruby.

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The American Meteor Society (AMS) has received over 150 reports about the fireball that was mainly seen from Florida, but was also witnessed in Georgia and Alabama. 

According to AMS, a fireball is an extremely bright meteor.

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