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Tonight at 10: Mysterious light appears over Hawaii

Hawaii News Now has received multiple reports of a mysterious light in the sky appearing to be off west Oahu around sunset on Tuesday.

Photographs sent into our newsroom show a bright zigzag light.

There have been multiple sightings from all across Oahu, Maui and Lanai. 

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