PHOENIX (TheBlaze/AP) — Phoenix-area residents heard a boom and saw a flash of light in the sky early in the morning, prompting speculation that a meteor was the source.
Mark Olhava told AZCentral he was driving east on I-40 near Kingman when he saw the flash of light — eliciting a "Dude, did you see that?"
Here's the clip of what he saw:
Media reports say the boom and flash were noticed shortly before 4 a.m. There were no immediate reports of damage.
Screenshot of surveillance footage when suspected meteor passed over Phoenix this morning. Looks like daylight. pic.twitter.com/cYVDvpojFt— Jim Sharpe ن (@JimSharpe) June 2, 2016
The Arizona Geological Survey's seismic network didn't pick up any impacts.
Michael Conway of the survey says that could mean the meteor broke up in the sky and that the impacts of any remnants were too small to be recorded.