Mystery solved: Source of flashing lights off San Diego coast that caused stir on social media has now been identified
Unusual lights that were spotted over the Pacific Ocean near San Diego Monday night - and caused quite a stir on social media - have now been identified.
SAN DIEGO (KABC) -- Mystery solved.Unusual lights that were spotted over the Pacific Ocean Monday night - and caused quite a stir on social media - have now been identified.The U.S. Coast Guard said the lights were flares fired from a ship off the coast of San Diego.
The lights were spotted from multiple neighborhoods around 9 p.m. Monday.Eyewitness photos captured the then-mysterious phenomena over the ocean, and videos of the lights were all over social media. The speculation ranged from planes and space junk to, well, something perhaps sinister or even extraterrestrial.
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🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 Sike 😂😂 We will not go quietly into bullshit about flares! Flares... that don't act like any flares ever seen before. don't travel in arched path. sit side by side 4 across in formation. doesn't seen to FLARE UP and BURN DOWN. See at distance from beach you can estimate it's a couple thousand feet up. Flares... mmm hmmmm
BS....Flares don't hover, IN FORMATION! I don’t think it was that .I live in Pomona Ca .I saw that light between 11:30 and midnight. Horrible article no mention of why the ship was firing flares 🤷♂️🤦🏻♂️ Interesting Flares? Haha good one
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Flares that just stayed up in the sky and didn't move? Flares from where, since they said there were no ships or air craft?
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Email SAN DIEGO (KABC) -- Mystery solved.SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – A recent uptick in a respiratory virus among shelter dogs has caused the San Diego Humane Society to quarantine affected animals and limit shelter intake until further notice, it was announced Monday.Amy Benkovich SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Small businesses have had to weather storm after storm the last two years.City News Service Court documents state that he later told a law enforcement officer that he traveled from San Diego to Washington, D.
Unusual lights that were spotted over the Pacific Ocean Monday night - and caused quite a stir on social media - have now been identified. The U. The shelter is currently unable to take in owner-surrendered dogs at any campus location — San Diego, El Cajon, Escondido and Oceanside — except in cases of emergency that threaten the health of the pet.S. “A microbusiness is a fancy way of saying Mom and Pop,” Hainsworth said. Coast Guard said the lights were flares fired from a ship off the coast of San Diego. Zarah Hedge, chief medical officer for SDHS. The lights were spotted from multiple neighborhoods around 9 p. He claimed in separate interviews with police that he did not believe Joe Biden to be the"legitimate president" and that any damage to the building had been caused by"Antifa" as part of a false flag operation.
m. “This virus often spreads through kennels because of the high number of dogs in one location,” she said.” She said the greatest way to make sure these businesses remain a fabric of the community is to seek out and intentionally spend your money supporting locally owned stores. Monday. Eyewitness photos captured the then-mysterious phenomena over the ocean, and videos of the lights were all over social media. In order to preserve space, we are asking for the public’s support to limit the number of dogs being brought to our shelters. The speculation ranged from planes and space junk to, well, something perhaps sinister or even extraterrestrial.” She said rent is sometimes cheaper in the more odd locations that are off the beaten path, so it might take extra effort to locate those microbusinesses. RELATED: . SDHS President and CEO Gary Weitzman called on San Diegans for assistance during this outbreak. 6.