The skies over southwest Western Australia, including Perth, were lit overnight by a suspected meteor.
The Department of Fire and Emergency Services was flooded with shouts at 7:40 pm from people who said they had seen a fireball strip across the sky.
More than one affected caller indicated that it could be a UFO, while others were more worried that it might trigger a fire.
The Perth Observatory was sent dozens of videos taken by CCTV cameras and Dashcams that captured the phenomenon.
Robyn Garratt, from the city of York east of Perth, was one of the witnesses to the incident.
"We saw a really bright light and felt the boom about two or three minutes later," she told ABC Mid West.
"It shook the house, rattled the windows, it was pretty scary."
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"It was unusually bright, so it must have been a big object, so it's really exciting," he said.
"The other thing is, these people reported sound waves, and you only get that when it's deep in the atmosphere through the atmosphere, which is a very good sign.
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The meteor was shot on dash cams and CCTV video in the city. (included)
A similar sighting was made earlier this month in New South Wales and Victoria
In 2016, a 1.15 kilogram meteorite landed near Morawa, WA, and was landed by Curtin University found.
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