If you saw a large flash of light in the night sky on Tuesday evening you are not alone.
People from across the region and country reported sighting of a meteor at about 11.15pm on Tuesday night, sending a "fireball like" flash across the clear night sky.
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Lois Johnson was driving from Banyena to Marnoo along Donald-Stawell Road at about 11.15pm when she and passengers in the car noticed the meteor.
"We were on our way home from book club when we saw something very bright move very quick, it was a red orange colour," she said.
"It looked huge. The four of us in the car were gobsmacked.
"It looked so close."
There have been many online reports of the meteor being visible throughout hundreds of kilometres, however it seems to be concentrated in western Victoria and South Australia.
It was only in February of this year when fragments of a meteor were believed to have landed throughout the Grampians region.
A 'sonic boom' was heard in February, with many believing a meteor had spread itself across the region.
More to come.
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