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Meteor-Like Objects in Los Angeles Turns Out to Be Wingsuit Jumpers From Film Shoot

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Meteor-Like Objects in Los Angeles Turns Out to Be Wingsuit Jumpers From Film Shoot

Meteor-Like Objects in Los Angeles Turns Out to Be Wingsuit Jumpers From Film Shoot

Los Angeles residents saw a curious scene in the sky on March 20, which turned out to be wingsuit jumpers performing a stunt for a film shoot.Twitter user Jordet shared footage of the jumpers blazing across the sky, and parachuting down after the stunt.The Los Angeles Police Department tweeted that the scene was in fact not an “alien invasion” but a film shoot.

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