Scripps affiliate WXYZ in Detroit is receiving many news tips about a bright flash of light and loud noise that has been heard throughout southeast Michigan.
Reports are coming in from Ypsilanti Township to Clarkston to Grosse Isle.
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At this point, it cannot be determined what caused it. However, the National Weather Service has issued a tweet saying it was a meteor.
Some people have posted videos to YouTube.
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Jeez, just saw a big flash and then a huge boom. Meteor over SE Michigan.
— Kevin Rupp (@LabratSR) January 17, 2018
Freaky bright flash in the sky...must be a meteor. To cold for lightning...both cameras picked it up. pic.twitter.com/4SpnL9s8la
— ;) (@MelTXD) January 17, 2018
VIDEO: A meteor (or something) just landed in Detroit/Windsor area a few minutes ago, seeing reports that it shook houses. (📷: IG/moorethrottle) pic.twitter.com/q8XSCG9JVr
— Philip Lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) January 17, 2018
#Meteorite or #meteor over #Clarkston #Michigan tonight at 20:08:30 local time #science #astronomy @NASA @wxyzdetroit @Local4News @CNN pic.twitter.com/Zrq6NhcKPA
— Tim (@tflyer85) January 17, 2018
What’s this meteor nonsense?
— John Dingell (@JohnDingell) January 17, 2018