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PostTue Sep 27, 2011 8:08 pm » by One-23


On Monday, September 26, 2011, a woman was killed when a UFO fell from the sky and caused an explosion in Monte Grande, Buenos Aires, Argentina. The explosion took place at 2:00am.

According to Buenos Aires Herald: "The deceased woman was identified as 43-years-old Silvina Espinoza." Multiple witnesses described a "ball of fire" that descended from the heavens prior to the incident. The object has been described as both red and blue. There are no confirmed photos of the fire ball at this time, and the cause of the explosion has not officially been determined.

The explosion that killed one woman also injured several others (the number of injured currently stands at eight) and caused damage to homes, vehicles, and at least one store. According to Discover Magazine, the flaming object that plummeted to the ground early Monday morning could have been a small plane, although many people will be quick to assume it was a meteor. Thus far, there is no evidence to support either of those theories.


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PostTue Sep 27, 2011 8:12 pm » by Savwafair2012


According to sources in Argentina it was actual a gas leak that resulted in an explosion, and the fireball reports were just that, reports. One firefighter here in America commented (he has 24 years experience) that there were propane tanks intact in the area, as it is a poor neighborhood they have hardly any if any at all gas lines running to the house, and it was most likely a large propane tank exploding, and a 5 gallon propane tank punctured during the blast would fly through the air and leave a red streak like that.

Meteorites can cause damage and craters, but nothing this major has happened in hundreds of years. Usually meteorites well just punch holes in a roof or dent a car. Sometimes they leave a nice crater, but something big enough to do that would have been tracked by someone and would have a VERY loud sonic boom, and leave a persistent train (smoke trail from a meteorite) that would last for several minutes to hours.


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PostTue Sep 27, 2011 8:20 pm » by Artam


cageyone23 wrote:On Monday, September 26, 2011, a woman was killed when a UFO fell from the sky and caused an explosion in Monte Grande, Buenos Aires, Argentina. The explosion took place at 2:00am.

According to Buenos Aires Herald: "The deceased woman was identified as 43-years-old Silvina Espinoza." Multiple witnesses described a "ball of fire" that descended from the heavens prior to the incident. The object has been described as both red and blue. There are no confirmed photos of the fire ball at this time, and the cause of the explosion has not officially been determined.

The explosion that killed one woman also injured several others (the number of injured currently stands at eight) and caused damage to homes, vehicles, and at least one store. According to Discover Magazine, the flaming object that plummeted to the ground early Monday morning could have been a small plane, although many people will be quick to assume it was a meteor. Thus far, there is no evidence to support either of those theories silit.


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In my mind it wasn't an UFO Fireball. But interesting ...



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