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Goodness Gracious, Great Balls Of Fire Fall From The Sky in Ethiopia

Giant balls of metal spotted fire falling from the sky in different parts of the eastern part of Ethiopia that have left people baffled and destroyed many homes and schools.



Government officials from east Harrage told us, they are examining the situations,  it is very rare and odd to drop fire from sky. at this time no one know how it could happened this, but  government officials will release the detail later this day or evening.



This has never ever happened in the modern history of Ethiopia

Here is the message of the woreda’ Government  official message

“Raajii Yaa Waqaa
Balaan ibidaa akkuma itti fufetti jira
Osoo ija keenyaan biradhabaanu mani gubaacha jira.

Godina Harargee baha Aana Gurawaa Araddaa M/J/Balinaa kessatti balaan Ibiddaa Samirraa bu’uun mana gubaa ture Arras akkuma itti fufetti jira ganama kana kan gubate mana lama(2) amma yeroo Amma tanaas galgalarra sa’a1:00, tiis manni gubacha jira Maloo Lammii too Ummata keenya kanaaf Du’a’ii godhaaf .




In other news:Brits, Russians and now Peruvians have spotted fireballs plummeting into their local towns within weeks of each other — so where did they come from?




Locals from Peru’s southeastern Andean community were terrified after finding three mysterious metal objects in nearby fields.

They found the huge rocks hours after dozens of pictures and videos of a blazing object, taken in the Peruvian towns of Tingo Maria and Pucalklpa, which are 115 miles away from each other, were uploaded to social media.

Romulo Barros, the chief of the fire service in the Brazilian municipality of Cruzeiro do Sul, said the object was most likely a meteorite.

But the Peruvian Air Force confirmed the fireball was actually a Russian space rocket re-entering Earth’s atmosphere.

He added that the fireball may have been the re-entry of the SL-23 rocket and the three metal spheres were fuel tanks belonging to a satellite.

And Meteorologist Alejandro Fonesca, from the Federal University of Acre in Brazil, said that no meteorites had been predicted to fall in the area.

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