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Occurred : 7/13/2010 22:00 (Entered as : 07/13/10 22:00)
Reported: 7/14/2010 4:51:41 PM 16:51
Posted: 7/19/2010
Location: Prosser, WA
Shape: Light
Duration:15 minutes
Three lights in tirangle formation over the sky nea Tri-Cities WA.

My boyfriend and I were in the car driving westward on a secluded gravel road around 10pm on Tuesday, July 13th, when something to the right of us (in the Northern sky) caught my eye. I looked over and saw some fairly bright yellow lights in a triangle formation. They were about the size of airplanes but much higher in the sky and they were only flickering, not blinking.

We pulled the car over to the right side of the road and I grabbed my camera to take a picture but just as a snapped the shot, they moved out of the triangle formation and into a horizontal line and began traveling southward very slowly. That's when I switched to video-mode. I stopped filming after a while because they didn't seem to be doing anything exciting and I figured they were just going to keep flying at that same slow speed until they made it over the mountains about 12 miles south of us.

We got back on the road and kept driving and immediately saw another light in the other direction (Southern Sky) that was much bigger and brighter than the first three and appeared to be hovering right over the mountains.

We passed by a patch of trees at that point which blocked our view of that second light and I mentioned to my boyfriend that maybe it was just an airplane tower at the top of the hill and that we were just seeing the light on the top of it. But as soon as we passed all of the trees, that light has disappeared!

This freaked me out and made me wonder if the original ones were still there or had just disappeared too so I turned around to check and I saw them spiral together and disappear!

((NUFORC Note: We are attempting to reach the source of the report, in order to gain more information about the sighting. PD))