February 16, 2013
Just about a day after a close fly-by of an asteroid a mere 17,000 miles from Earth and a devastating meteor that landed in Russia, California Bay Area residents were caught off guard by a another meteor.
Social media users reported seeing the blue flash of the meteor flying west around 8 p.m. Friday night, and sightings were reported throughout the Bay Area, from Santa Clara to Fairfield, and even in the Central Valley cities of Fresno and Stockton.
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