Samsung's pseudo space satellite fell from the sky Saturday morning in Gratiot County, just 45 minutes west of Saginaw, according to "Morning Sun".

Nancy Welk heard the crash around 8:45 a.m. Just before she and her husband Dan released their horses, Gratiot County reports.

The satellite fell near Barry Road between Polk and St. Charles. Gratiot's central dispatcher warned drivers to stay out of the area. According to employees of Gratiot Central Dispatch Company, the fire department closed the lane due to a large object falling into live power lines. The road reopened 30 minutes later.

"Incredible. Look at exactly what fell from the sky and 911 is confused and fell into our tree," Welke said in a Facebook post.

In an article from Samsung Newsroom UK, Samsung SpaceSelfie is a Samsung project designed for their users to get their images in space.

"With over 200 hours at 65,000 feet above ground, the S10 5G will showcase the power of Samsung's innovation and how it continues to design products that make what was previously impossible possible," according to the article.

According to a statement from an email from Samsung, the landing was planned and there was no turmoil on Saturday when Samsung SpaceSelfie's balloon landed.

"Earlier today, Samsung Europe's SpaceSelfie bubble was back on earth. During this planned launch of the US landing balloon, meteorological conditions led to an early soft landing in a selected rural area, "according to a Samsung statement.

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