This article was published in the daily newspaper Le Quotidien de la Haute-Loire, France, November 3, 1954.
AT LAST A FLYING SAUCER IN CAPTURED!
A flying saucer coming from Belgium landed in Limmel, close to Maastricht, in Kingbourg (Holland), during the last night. It was a small saucer (without pilot) of approximately 80 centimetres in diameter, carrying a number plate "3 R-X Mars" and which structure is of a brilliant simplicity, such as to make shame of the experts. It is composed, indeed, of a circle in wicker covered with silver foil and held suspended in the air by four large children balloons. In a kind of nacelle attached to the circle of wicker, a flashlight lights the saucer giving at night a worrying aspect to this machine.