According to the Lansing State Journal, hundreds of eye witness reports and as evidenced by surveillance cams, a massive blue-green fireball shot through the Midwestern sky and is projected to have landed in northern Lake Michigan.

The American Meteor Society has received more than 200 reports from witnesses in Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, Minnesota, Iowa, Ohio and even as far east as New York.

There's no indication yet of what caused the fireball, nor confirmation of where it actually landed.  The AMS projects a geometric impact point on the north side of Lake Michigan, just west of Crystal Lake.

AMS is a non profit scientific organization founded in 1911.  It recorded 3,778 fireball events in the U.S. last year, including 173 in Michigan.