James Toney & Robert Huggins, both employed by a rug cleaning firm, were driving across a bridge when they saw an object glide across the road a few hundred feet in front of them.
A shiny aluminum object, shaped something like an airplane's propeller, with 10 to 12 small cups protruding from either blade.
The object glided across the road a few hundred feet in front of their vehicle and apparently went down in a wooded area.
Sighting lasted only a few seconds.
It was shiny and metallic in construction, about 6' to 8' long and 2' wide.
It was in a flat glide path at an altitude of about 30' and in a moderate turn to the left.
No trace of it was found.