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We were driving on Highway 39 just north of Portage when some bright lights (bigger and brighter than stars) appeared in the western sky. At first we ignored them and assumed someone was setting off fireworks. But then we noticed that the lights didn't fall, like fireworks typically would. The single light would move westward in a straight line. The light would turn into two lights, then three, then four, etc. in a completely straight line. The lights would stay in this formation for a few seconds and then disappear, only to return and follow a similar pattern again. At one point there were two separate lines of light dots. This continued for 15 minutes.
We've never seen anything like this. We don't know what the lights could have been. They were not satellites, planes, or anything like a meteor shower would produce. A friend of my boyfriend was driving on highway 13 and saw the exact same lights. She and the passengers of her car pulled over at a gas station to watch. Sadly, we didn't have a camera on us to document.
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