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At least two Whatcom County residents called 911 Tuesday, Oct. 24 to report they had seen an aircraft engulfed in flames crash into Bellingham Bay. What people likely saw was a fireball, officials said – possibly a remnant from a recent meteor shower. Jim Donaldson The Bellingham Herald

They thought they saw a plane crashing in flames. It was a fireball, all right

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