Early Sunday morning on April 21, 2013, around 3:20 a.m., a huge fireball lit up the sky and exploded over a large area Santiago del Estero Province in northern Argentina, according to the Rio Hondo News.
Huge fireball lights sky, thunderous roar & explosion in Argentina: New normal?
Residents in the Santiago del Estero area heard a thunderous roar and saw a brilliant flash that illuminated the sky of Las Termas for about 5 seconds. The flash was followed by a huge explosion that shook buildings and broke some windows. Frightened residents took to the streets after a deafening explosion, and calls poured into the local fire station from alarmed citizens.
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