Skydivers soar in the sky over Los Angeles

The LAPD had to reassure residents in a tweet that the sight in the sky was a stunt by members of the Red Bull Air Force to celebrate the rare super worm moon.
0:57 | 03/21/19

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play of the day. You hear it right there, fireball. Take a look at this magnificent video. Los Angeles was stunned but what appeared to be a fireball. It wasn't actually. It wasn't a meteor either as the LAPD tweeted. No, it's not an alien invasion, just a film shoot. This is tinseltown after all. Three members of the red bull air force pulled off this epic stunt to celebrate the supermoon and taking the 4,000-foot plunge from a helicopter and insuring towards the city at more that 120 miles an hour. Would either of you try this? No. It looks like fun. It looks like a fun. It is the first ever wind suit jump into downtown Los Angeles. They had L.E.D. Lights and sparklers on for that full Hollywood effect but that looks so cool especially at night and red bull I guess gives you wings for real. It's a red bull.

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