This article was published in the daily newspaper Le Provenšal, France, on August 2, 1977.
MADAGASCAR: the search for the "meteorites" is still on
The mysterious "things" fallen from the sky, Saturday, in Madagascar, are still neither identified nor located, although the Observatory recorded two impacts at some 260 to 280 km of the capital, at half an hour of interval.
The first impact, which caused a jolt of 0.3 point on the Richter scale, could be near Brickaville, at 260 km in the East of the capital. The second impact would have occurred at approximately 280 km of Antanarivo [the capital], but the data are too fuzzy to locate it with more precise details.