Photos: A woman wakes up after a meteor falls on the bed: ‘I’m so grateful to be alive’

Rocha cut a hole in the ceiling of a Canadian bedroom that was startled by the noise in the dorm

A woman was sleeping when she woke up to the sound of knocking on the roof of her dorm, a feeling of debris on her face and meteor next to you in bed.

According to the Vancouver Sun portal, on Sunday last week (3), Canadian Ruth Hamilton jumped out of bed, turned on the light, and found a hole in the bedroom ceiling. “I wasn’t sure what to do, so I called 911, and when I was talking to the worker, I turned my pillow and saw that a rock had slipped between two pillows,” said the woman.

Then policeman to investigate the report. At first, the agent suspected it was a wreck from a work on a nearby highway.

However, after contacting the construction company, they stated that there were no explosions, but they noticed an explosion in the sky. Ruth Hamilton reports that this is how she realized the stone was a meteorite.

They concluded that it may have been part of a meteor shower that occurred earlier that night. Although the policeman quickly left the house, the Canadian said she could not go back to sleep. “I was in shock and just sat here for a few hours shivering,” she said.

“The chances of that happening are so slim that I am so grateful to be alive.” Even with fear, the woman claims that she has not sustained any injuries and that she intends to save the rock.

look at the pictures:

A meteorite fell next to Ruth Hamilton in bed – Photo: Personal Archive/Canadian Press/Reproduction/ND

A meteorite opened a hole in the ceiling of a dorm room - Photo: Personal Archive / The Canadian Press / Reproduction / ND
A meteorite opened a hole in the ceiling of a dorm room – Photo: Personal Archive / The Canadian Press / Reproduction / ND

Rock puncture - Photo: Personal Archive / The Canadian Press / Reproduction / ND
Rock puncture – Photo: Personal Archive / The Canadian Press / Reproduction / ND

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