Escape Pod Shoots Out Of UFO Explosion Over Brazil, Dec 28, 2014, UFO Sighting News.

Date of sighting: December 28, 2014
Location of sighting: Santa Rita Do Pardo, Brazil
Brazil Source: http://www.campograndenews.com.br/cidades/objeto-que-caiu-em-chacara-e-tanque-de-combustivel-estrangeiro-diz-aeb

Brazil Source 2: http://www.campograndenews.com.br/cidades/interior/apos-chuva-de-luzes-objeto-gigante-cai-do-ceu-e-vira-atracao-em-chacara

This UFO was recorded back in Porto Rico first at 2:18 am on Dec 28, 2014 (second video below), so this object was seen in the sky for over 45 minutes since Brazil says they saw it at 3am! Now that is to slow to be a meteor. At 43 seconds into this video, we see a UFO going the opposite way of the other items. Also the eyewitnesses say the objects in the sky were to slow to be a meteor. This looks like a UFO shot something down or the UFO blew up and an escape pod (at 43 sec) is seen leaving the debris.  SCW

Eyewitness states:
After the flash in the sky, a roar, a scare and many doubts lurking Santa Rita do Pardo, 266 km from Campo Grande. In the sky of the city of seven thousand inhabitants, fireballs were seen in this madrugada. Then three consecutive bangs and an object, like a big truck tank, fell in the yard Santa Maria. "It was 3 am when seven fireballs came from heaven," says Marcelo Gulart, 44, supermarket owner in the city.

The farm owner's friend, Marcelo says that the piece has 1.70 meters tall and weighing 50 pounds. Carbonized, she fell 50 meters from Francisco Souza Dantas house, 69.

Early on Sunday, the place turned tourist attraction, pilgrimage point of curious to the mayor. With so much movement, Francisco is considering closing the porteiras.As lights were seen in the sky by residents of several cities such as Campo Grande, Antonio João and South Fatima, and similar reports in Paraná and Paraguay. First, it was classified as meteor shower, but the most likely is that it's garbage espacial.O academic Douglas Bortolanza Lara, 29, claims that the meteor has greater speed. "The space junk is slower than the meteor" he says, after seeing the images. He is studying history, but is dedicated to astronomy since 2001 and maintains the page "Astronomy in Golden," which brings together other observers.