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Date of Incident: March 19th, 2009
Time of Incident: 11:20
Location of Incident: Waukesha, Waukesha County

Source of Report: UFOWisconsin.com online sightings report form by Nathan P.

Details of Incident:

I was driving home from a friends house and noticed a object in the sky flying east at a very high speed. At first i thought a plane was crashing, it had red and blue lights. I sped up and tried to follow it thinking it would crash soon, it looked like the lights were rotating and than it took a sharp turn right and went below the trees and was just gone. I know this was not a plane, unless it was going at a rediculous speed and crashing, but that doesnt explain the sharp right turn. I am curious if anyone else found this, I am very excited.





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