A UFO incident that took place in Kazakhstan is being widely reported by the media in Kazakhstan and neighbouring countries including Russia and The Ukraine.
Interfax, Russia's government news agency, has reported that at 3am on May 13 a farmer in the village of Razdolnoye in West Kazakhstan, Vladimir Bychkov, was working his fields and noticed three luminous objects falling from the sky. They were emitting red and green sparks as they descended to earth.
The farmer alerted other villagers and they located the objects in the fields. The perfectly spherical objects were about 60cm in diameter.They were hot to touch, silvery and made of a substance the villagers were not familiar with. Each UFO had a hole on its side. When the curious villagers tried to chip the UFOs with a chisel colourful sparks flew out but to their astonishment they were unable to mark the objects in any way.
Shortly after, emergency services and the police arrived at the scene and began their formal investigations.The story is being reported in over fifty news outlets.
Did a mothership UFO lose a few parts? Does this have anything to do with the UFO base and alien embassy that the government of Kazakhstan is building?
NOTE: since this report is supposedly coming from Interfax I'm currently giving it guarded credibility. BTW, the report states Interfax as a government run news service...officially, it's not (if you really want to believe that). The Interfax-Kazakhstan website only reports through 24 hours and this incident is no longer on the latest news roll. Hopefully, something else will come to light...Lon
2 UFOs Crash Land in Kazakhstan - Report
UPDATE: From Moscow News
Two luminous balls have fallen from the sky into a field near a village in Kazakhstan. The Local Emergency Ministry is studying the objects, believed to be UFOs.
Residents of Razdolnoye village in Western Kazakhstan saw the UFOs at night.
"This was around three o'clock in the morning," eyewitness Vladimir Bychkov told Interfax news agency Thursday.
"I was near my tractor, and heard guys shouting: 'look, there are flying balls!' They were big balls, and they had sparks falling off them - yellow, red, and green," Bychkov said.
The balls were reported to have fallen on agricultural lands.
"We were afraid to approach them at first, but after they fell and cooled down, we came up to them and tried kicking them," another eyewitness, Viktor Dyakov, said.
He said the balls were made from a "weird" material.
"We tried beating them with a chisel, but they didn't give in, didn't crease, only gave off sparks."
According to Dyakov, the balls are silvery in color and around 60 cm in diameter. They also have a small hole on one side.
Emergency Ministry experts did not immediately give any comments.