Metal Falls From The Sky In New Jersey

To go along with your Texas fireball and debris, we now have an unidentified piece of warm metal the size of a brick that came crashing through the roof of a New Jersey business this morning, not far from a worker.

The hunk of metal made a two-foot square hole in the roof of Al Smith Moving at 33 Pacific Avenue, at around 9 a.m.

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The Federal Aviation Administration (FFA) sent out a unit from nearby Teterboro Airport and determined the object was not from a plane and is unknown in origin. FAA spokeswoman Arlene Salac says investigators examined the metal and determined it is made of cast iron, which is not used in airplanes. She says it’s up to local authorities to determine where the object came from.

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3 thoughts on “Metal Falls From The Sky In New Jersey

  1. A very similar piece of metal came through a Dallas, TX roof this AM.

    CNN has a video – take a look at the second picture of the debris…

    Embedded video from CNN Video

  2. In 1970 (iwas 8 years) i was walking with my mother we heard a little click and saw something shining on the ground i walked at it and picked it up but it was hot! it was a piece of shining metal like e triangle ,1,5 cm thick and whitin was a layer of a diferent kind of metal.
    I took it with me and my mother said i was always playing with it,for years.
    Then when i was a high school we had a science teacher who was interested in ufo’s and i told him the story.
    He said he had a friend working at T.N.O what in holland is a one of the biggest research labs regarding techniques.
    when i asked him for results i never got answers and i asked hin over and over to get it back ,also nothing.
    even a year after i left that school i went back to aksed for it and i never got a result!
    this is the first time i told my story,the metal looked not from this world,my gut feeling then also said so !
    Greetings from Ron From the netherlands

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