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DID YOU SEE IT? Viewers report seeing possible meteor over the Valley

On Tuesday night, FOX 10 Phoenix received a number of reports on social media, in regards to a possible meteor that streaked over the skies of the Valley.

On the FOX 10 Phoenix Facebook and Twitter page, a number of viewers have reported seeing the possible meteor.

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Some have said the possible meteor was so bright, it briefly turned night into day. As of Tuesday night, few details are available as to the nature of the light, or even if it is a meteor at all.

This is a developing news story. Stay with FOX 10 Phoenix on-air, on social media, and online for further updates, as they become available.

If you have any video or photos of this streak of light, you can post it on the FOX 10 Phoenix Facebook page, or on Twitter, using the hashtag #fox10phoenix.