It's still unclear if this was a meteor, or something else.
Social media exploded Monday night after a bright flash crossed sky around 9 p.m. One woman caught it camera and posted the video on Twitter.
East Lake #SanDiego #Meteor @ABC7 @Daledemi19 pic.twitter.com/2bujXekrKR— Faye Heddings (@heddingsfaye) April 11, 2017
East Lake #SanDiego #Meteor @ABC7 @Daledemi19 pic.twitter.com/2bujXekrKR
The bright light was seen across Southern California and as far east as Arizona, according to our ABC affiliate in Los Angeles.
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