The above video is a compilation of dashboard footage from motorists of the Chelyabinsk bolide strike that was reported here February 15, 2013 in this and subsequent posts.
It was the largest bolide strike to hit Russia in 100 years. These events can be tracked by military tracking satellites operated by the U.S. Air Force. However, there were no updates earlier this year due to budget cuts and layoffs, according to this story by Leonard David on Space.com. The story goes on to report that the Air Force and NASA have amended their Memorandum of Agreement so that effective June 24,2014, the data has resumed.
Someone wrote a book about an asteroid hitting the earth.