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Tweed City, NSW, Thursday June 15 2001, 8.05pm

Tweed City, NSW, Thursday June 15 2001, 8.05pm

A woman was driving south along a main road and saw an orange light in the top right hand corner of her windscreen which was getting bigger and bigger. It then seemed to stop above a street light and move slowly across the windscreen to her left. She pulled over and saw the light stationary above a street light. It then moved to her left again and stopped again for 3 to 4 minutes. The light seemed to have a haze around it of different colour to the central portion. It then shot up, becoming like a star in the distance in 2 to 3 seconds. When closest the light was the size of a thumbnail at arm’s length, and had an oval shape, but its edges were not well defined, it appeared elongated like a sodium street light. A three -year old child in the car saw the light too and became frightened. It would not go to sleep that night and spent the night in bed with its parents. It is also frightened of fireworks. The witness recalls a similar experience as a child about 5 years old.


New South Wales, Australia


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