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Cameras on multiple MCTS buses captured meteor over southeast Wisconsin Friday night

MILWAUKEE — Officials with the Milwaukee County Transit System on Monday, May 13 shared video captured by cameras in multiple MCTS buses which showed a meteor streaking across the sky over southeast Wisconsin late Friday, May 10.

An MCTS spokesman said it happened around 11:45 p.m.

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Other videos were shared by viewers on social media late Friday.

Twitter user Bluff City Jeff (@BluffCityJeff) captured his video in Elgin, Illinois.

MeteorORDGeek (@ORDGeek) caught the meteor on his Nest camera in the Chicago area.

MeteorWisconsin (@_King_Kazma_) recorded it on a doorbell camera in the Holler Park neighborhood in Milwaukee.

The clips are short, but the meteor is clearly visible to the naked eye.

Pretty cool!

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