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Occurred : 8/20/2015 21:31 (Entered as : 8/20/2015 21:31)
Reported: 8/20/2015 8:10:24 PM 20:10
Posted: 8/27/2015
Location: Toronto (Canada), ON
Shape: Oval
Duration:2 minutes
Unidentified flying orange craft spotted in North York, Toronto, Canada.

August 20, 2015.

Tonight, my wife and I have witnessed our first UFO sighting since we have started living in Canada.

We live in North York, Toronto and we are very close to the Pearson International Airport. We see hundreds of airplanes flying over our heads on a daily basis.

At around 21.31PM, we saw from the basement window an orange oval craft that was flying mid-air through the sky. We were surprised to see something flying at such a low altitude, and of such a distinct and luminous color.

I promptly jumped off the couch and started following the orange light as it was moving left from my point of view. I have followed the movement of the orange craft as long as I could before it went off sight, as I wasn’t able to look past my neighbors’ trees. I started running upstairs and left my bungalow and, once in the driveway, I could still see the orange light moving towards the Goddard/Waterloo intersection (which is north from where my house is).

The orange craft kept this very peculiar, almost fluid motion in the sky for about other 20 seconds. When I got closer to the Goddard Street/Waterloo Avenue intersection, I have noticed, as always, two airplanes flying in opposite directions. One was on its way to landing at Pearson International Airport; the other one, instead, had just taken off from the same airport. In between them there still was the orange oval craft. Compared to the two airplanes, it was pretty amazing to notice how the craft did not present any other lights that could possibly resemble an airplane or any other known aircraft.

My wife was still able to see the orange craft from the driveway.

The craft stood there for a few more seconds before it disappeared before our eyes in the dark, blue sky. The other two airplanes were still following their trajectories.