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Several people contacted the police on the night of December 30 to report a strange sighting: an unidentified flying object in the sky over the Hawaiian island of Oahu.

In the video shared on social media, you see what appears to be an oblong, bright, blue object in the sky and subsequently in the water. Several witnesses claim to have seen the object fall from the sky into the ocean.

The sighting occurred around 8:30 p.m. local time, according to the local Hawaii News Now.

A woman named Moriah told the Hawaiian media that although she has never really believed in UFOs, seeing the bright blue object in the sky, she got in the car with her husband and followed it.

“I don’t know what it was. This one was going so fast,” explained the witness of the phenomenon, before adding that the object did not make any sound.

Still according to Moriah, just under three miles later, the object appeared to fall into the ocean.

“We called 911 to have an officer or someone come and find out,” the woman shared.

When police were already at the site, Moriah says they saw a second light, this time white.

“The white one was smaller. It came in the same direction as the blue one,” the woman said before detailing that they lost sight of the object after it passed over a nearby mountain.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), a U.S. civil aviation regulatory body, reported that no incidents or air accidents were reported in this area at the time of the sighting.

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