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UFO landed in vegetable garden in China's Heilongjiang Province

UFO landed in vegetable garden in China's Heilongjiang Province

May 18, 2014 - Residents in Mengchang village in the province of Heilongjiang were stirred Friday when three unidentified flying objects fell from the sky and landed into a vegetable garden.

The Yi'an county government confirmed that unidentified objects - metallic balls half-covered by a layer of jagged edge - dropped from the sky.

"Villagers in Mengchang heard a loud noise and then saw big ball of fire falling from the sky and into a vegetable garden," the county government said.


"I saw a huge ball of fire, I thought it was a meteorite. I hid inside my house and waited until the object has landed," said one villager who lives near the vegetable farm.

However, a report on Saturday said the unidenfied objects could be part of a Russian rocket, called Proton-M, that crashed outside of Kazakhstan's territory on Friday.

It was the second time in 12 months that a Proton rocket has exploded after lift-off. In July of 2013, an unmanned Proton exploded over Kazakhstan a few minutes after lifting off.

The rocket was carrying an Express-AM4R communications satellite when it exploded in the air some 10 minutes after it lifted-off, Russian media reported.

There was still no confirmation if the objects found in Heilongjiang were indeed part of the rocket that exploded as Russia the fragments of the rocket and its cargo burned up in the air, which means there was not danger for debris to fall into houses or people.

Chinese media, however, suspected the objects found in Heilongjiang were parts of the rockets. Chinese scientists have already been deployed to Heilongjiang to conduct a test on the unidentified objects.

So far, authorities said nothing dangerous has been found and experts were bound to believe that the objects that fell into a village in Heilongjiang were indeed part of an aircraft or rocket that exploded in the air.



Sources and more information:

UFO sightings reported in NE China's Heilongjiang

Three unidentified flying objects were spotted falling from the sky and landing in two places in Heilongjiang province about 6:00 am Friday, Chinanews.com reported. The Yi'an county government confirmed in the afternoon that Mengchang villagers heard a big noise and then saw a big ball of fire falling down to a vegetable garden belonging to a...

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( via chinatopix.com )



3 comments

  • Devilishwork#

    Devilishwork wrote May 18, 2014 8:35:16 PM CEST

    Garyproffitt3 what is your problem with Russians. You keep coming up with these really piss poor jokes about them that are not in anyway funny? I'm just curious why you have such a chip on your shoulder. Also where are you from?

  • disclos3000#

    disclos3000 wrote May 18, 2014 7:22:12 PM CEST

    IDIOT !!!!

  • garyproffitt3#

    garyproffitt3 wrote May 18, 2014 5:51:02 PM CEST

    Its a Chinese GM turnip seeded by Putin himself but it might explode in their faces
    as you cant trust Russian organic food.

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