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Occurred : 9/15/2012 20:35 (Entered as : 09/15/12 20:35)
Reported: 9/15/2012 8:39:37 PM 20:39
Posted: 9/24/2012
Location: Davie, FL
Shape: Changing
Duration:1 minute
goldenlight/ fireball splits into 4 objects ,then changes formation while changing directions and changing rate of descent

The intial Object appeared to the east of my position almost directly in the way of the flight path for incoming or landing planes to Fort Lauderdale International Airport but at a slightly higher altitude. I was driving East on Griffin road near I-75. There were airplanes flying in the direction of the sighting. I initially saw what appeared most similiar to me as a fireball falling but it was descending at much to slow of a rate to be a free falling object. The object had a fire or glow to it with a tail pointing up and the object descended to the point just above or near the altitude of the incoming and outgoing planes at the airport. The object then became stationary at that altitude and then proceeded to break up into 4 different objects. Each of these 4 objects looked exactly alike. They all looked like a fire ball with a tail pointing up or as if they were made of light with a tail pointing up. As the 1 main object split into these 4 objects, th! e 4 objects spread out laterally and evenly across from each other at the same altitude and then 2 of the objects maintaining the same altitude dropped simultaneously or began descending down. After they moved down slightly the other 2 object also descended mainting the same altitude with each other. so, now there are 4 craft still but 2 are below or at a lower altitude from the other 2 objects which were almost direclty above the other 2 objects. The 4 objects then began descending further until i could no longer see them. the objects definitley were not free falling. The intial object split into 4 objects and the formation of them changed and the direction and rate of descent varied during my observation. Very incredible sight to see.