Earliest evidence of a death and injury by a meteorite

@article{Unsalan2020EarliestEO,
  title={Earliest evidence of a death and injury by a meteorite},
  author={Ozan Unsalan and A. Bayatlı and Peter Jenniskens},
  journal={Meteoritics \& Planetary Science},
  year={2020},
  volume={55}
}
Our planet experiences falls of meteorites with different airburst and ground impact risk. Some of these meteors can survive after the atmospheric passage and fall into the ground. Although there are claims that people were hit and killed by meteorites in history, the historical records do not prove this fact so far. This issue might be due to the fact that either the manuscript was written in a language other than English or there is not enough interest in historical records. To the best of… 

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