2/11/19 Update: In a new video, recent meteor sightings and possible meteorite crashes in Cuba and Venezuela are featured. It is coming to my attention, however, that one of the initial videos reported of the Venezuela meteor was actually of a meteor over Mexico in December 2018. This does not discount any of the multiple local reports and videos to come out after that, but it adds a lot of confusion to an otherwise difficult-to-report-on story, Please let me know if you have any info.
2/10/19 Update: I'm still trying to find some local media reports and testimonies, but the videos posted to Twitter and YouTube are all I can find right now. However, it is not uncommon for news of meteors and other large weather events to be buried when they occur in countries outside the US. The meteor over Cuba from earlier this month, as well as the meteor in Cuba that caused windows to shatter about 6 years ago (the same day as the infamous Russia Valentines Day asteroid) also similarly received little to no mainstream media attention. If you are a local who saw (or didn't see!) this, report your experience so we can find out what happened! In the meantime, you can see at least one local tweet confirming the meteor sighting below:
Just a little over a week after Cuba was hit with meteorites that broke off from a bolide meteor that exploded in the sky, and just several days short of the 6-year anniversary of the asteroid explosion over Russia (which injured hundreds, and damaged buildings), a large meteor has been seen exploding over Venezuela - and part of it has apparently landed in the country. One video shows a supposed fire caused by the meteorite crash. Watch the YouTube footage below and stay tuned for more ongoing updates:
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