Did you see that? Hundreds across Northeast report fireball sighting

Photo credit Peter R./American Meteor Society
PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — From Philadelphia to New England, people reported seeing a fireball in the sky Wednesday night.

Doorbell and surveillance cameras captured the image of a possible meteor streaking through the sky around 11 p.m. 

Marty Mitchell from West Grove captured the image with his own eyes.

"I've never seen something this big. I mean, this looked like a shuttle explosion or something," he said. "It was really big and bright."

We received 200+ reports about a bright fireball over the East Coast (seen from CT, DE, MA, MD, NH, NJ, NY, NC, PA, RI, VT & VA)If you saw this event, please report it here: https://t.co/evqkWyLdwGReport & Est. Trajectory: https://t.co/oZyVwUhzHNThank @stranaconda pic.twitter.com/N0NfpxEAs5

— AMSMETEORS (@amsmeteors) July 25, 2019

On the American Meteor Society's website, roughly 400 people reported that they witnessed a fireball between Delaware and Maine. 

There's no definitive word on what this particular glow over the Northeast truly was.