Subj: Earth Changes TV/Breaking News - Fireball Event at Thunder Bay, Canada
Date: 1/23/01 11:00:15 PM Pacific Standard Time
From: (Mitch Battros)
To: (Breaking News)

Fireball Event at Thunder Bay, Canada...01/24/01
Sent in by Steve K.

A report came on various radio stations this morning that a fireball had passed over Thunder Bay. I have interviewed only one person so far, but his report was fairly informative.  He was delivering newspapers in a rural area west of Thunder Bay, when at 5:47 A.M., he and his wife observed a bright fireball that illuminated the ground to near daylight condition.  The fireball appeared to fall at a steep angle and to be traveling in a roughly ESE direction, i.e. toward Lake Superior.  No sound was heard and the fireball was still illuminated when it disappeared over the horizon.  The fireball had a tail and was seen to be
breaking up in fragments.

 It seems at this point that the fireball was still at a high altitude and its course would likely deposit anything in Lake Superior, the south shore in Wisconsin or Michigan at best.  I will follow this up today with more witnesses interviews.