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Skydiver almost struck by meteorite

Skydiver almost struck by meteorite

Anders Helstrup caught a meteorite on film while skydiving over Norway. Photo: YouTube

A skydiver catching a falling meteorite on camera, 4,000 feet above ground!

Turn on the captions before watching this video… unless you know Norwegian.

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Friday’s rain does not lift burn ban

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Bill Hewitt with the Bellingham Fire Department says the rain was not enough to lift burn bans and restrictions in place in the county and on state and federal lands. The ban level was only lowered from “extreme/very high” to “high.”

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Seattle believes struggling Rodney tipping pitches

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Angels acquire Shane Victorino from Red Sox

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Reports: Wilson turns down contract worth $21 million a year

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Mike Florio from ProFootballTalk.com is reporting that quarterback Russell Wilson has turned down a contract worth nearly $21 million dollars a year.