So, you are saying, in Mother Russia, we don't cover meteors, meteors cover you?
I'm sorry, that was horrible.:disappoin
Seeing something like that in the sky has got to be incredibly terrifying. I feel bad for all the people who rushed to a window to get a look at it and then...had the glass explode on them.
Lol. Yeah, that's like him XDVladimir Zhirinovsky, the leader of the ultra-nationalist Liberal Democratic Party, was quoted as saying: "Meteors are falling. Those are not meteors, it is Americans testing their new weapon."
It seems the injuries are fairly light. I've seen numbers varying from 150 all the way to 1200 people, but it seems they're mostly minor cuts from shattered window glass (it's going to be a good month for Russian glaziers). The meteor looks like it broke up in the atmosphere, so only fragments made it to the ground (though there are reports of a 20ft crater) and they all landed well outside the city.Lol. Yeah, that's like him XD
I was really surprised. I didn't expect an actual meteor. There was a big Tunguska Meteor, which hit Siberia about 100 years ago. Sure, recent one wasn't that as big as Tunguska, but Thank God it didn't hit more urban areas. I probably would be shocked and terrified, if I actually saw that meteor falling.
Hope there wonâ€™t be any serious casualties.