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Meteor Strikes Russia, Hundreds Injured [VIDEO]
At least 400 people are injured after a meteor streaks across Russia’s Ural Mountains.
FOX News Radio’s Jessica Golloher has the details from Moscow:
Residents say they saw a giant white ball of fire streak through the sky, explosions and then rocks on fire fall to the ground.
A 19-story sky scraper in the region lost most of its windows from the shock-wave and a zinc factory’s roof also caved in due to the explosion.
Russian officials are urging people not to panic and that it was merely a meteor and not the end of the world. Thousands of personnel have been dispatched to the region to assess the damage and to help treat minor injuries.
In Moscow, Jessica Golloher, FOX News Radio.
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