3 UFOs Crash Land In China After Russian Rocket Failure

Three unidentified flying objects landed in villages early this morning in northeastern China’s Heilongjiang Province, prompting an investigation, China News Service reported.




The incident took place around 6am today when the metal, ball-shaped objects landed in villages in two counties administered by the city of Qiqihar, local government officials told the news agency.
Some villagers were reported to have seen a “fireball” flashing through the sky and crashing to the ground.


They later found one of these objects had landed in a vegetable plot.


The photo above, was reportedly taken by a villager, and shows a mysterious spherical object with a sawtooth structure encircling it.
The other two objects that landed in another county were reported to appear similar.
Authorities were reported to have cordoned off the sites, and are carrying out a full investigation.

Update:

A Russian Proton-M rocket carrying an Express-AM4R communications satellite crashed outside of Kazakhstan's territory on Friday, about nine minutes after lift-off.

Although Russia claimed that the fragments of the rocket and its cargo burned up in the atmosphere and could not cause any damage, Chinese media suggested that five unidentified flying objects spotted falling from the sky and landing in three villages in Heilongjiang Province on Friday morning, were parts of the rocket.


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