My time frame isn't exact. We were walking to a friends house and didn't have a clock. But it was certainly between 7:30 and 7:50 PM. It took a few more minutes to get to our friends house. It was one of the biggest fireballs I've seen in a city setting.
Santa Rosa, CA
38° 26' 3.91'' N (38.43°)
122° 43' 9.5'' W (-122.72°)
Time and Duration
Local Date & Time
2013-10-22 19:50 PDT
UT Date & Time
2013-10-23 02:50 UT
From left to right
Brightness and color
Orange, Yellow, Light Yellow, White
It was a bright glowing train that broke apart into bright pieces then another smaller train streaked from the ball and pieces came from that before it disappeared over the trees by the creek where we were. There was no train when we lost sight.
I noticed it when a light too bright to be a plane was streaming at a very high speed.
Glowing fragments, roughly 1/4 to 1/7 the size of the ball came off in what looked like a pitched handful of pebbles. 2-3 of those were almost half the size of the ball. The next set after the second train was 2-3 fragments that still looked rather large. It was leaving behind the trees towards Bodega Bay and we were losing sight but they looked almost the size of the ball.