From the times and reported directions of travel it is hard to make heads or tails of these events; perhaps more sighting reports will help clear up the picture.
03 SEP 2012 Mike Denton, TX USA 2130 CDT
4 sec S-N: Turquoise, large, bright Very bright, slow. Possibly 2 parts. Brightest, largest I have seen.03 SEP 2012 Jane dunbar Bartlesville, OK. USA 21:15:00
3 to5 seconds? W-E Yellow no sound Bright like a star Had a tail Yellow core with illumination around it03 SEP 2012 David Harrison, AR 21:10, CDT
2-5 sec Spotted to SSE, traveling left to right, very steep angle. May have impacted near Ponca, AR Red, turning to orange,with lots of sparks, then turned green. about same as moon large shower of sparks One of the most beautiful I've ever seen, never seen green before. Also the first time I saw one I beleived might impact.03 SEP 2012 Sandra Denton, TX 21:04:00
6 or 7 secs, it didn't travel as fast as most meteors north to south large green fireball, maybe with a little red. Looked about as bright as a traffic light - not sure, it didn't burn evenly.03 SEP 2012 Wendy Klein Kyle, Texas, USA 9:02 p.m. Central Standard
3 seconds - Traveling to left toward N-W direction. Lime green with red on tips of tail. Bright like Venus. No fragmentation. Unreal and incredible to see the colors I saw!03 SEP 2012 Valerie Irving, Texas 2100
Several seconds. South to Northeast. Bright Green, some white brighter than Venus. As it closed down on the horizon, it fragmented. One piece sparked off rather brightly. It was slow enough that I was able to tell my husband, "look to the right and see that green meteor." But I didn't take a cell phone picture of it.03 SEP 2012 Kate Austin, Texas, USA 20:45:00
2 seconds - South East to North West. Blue and green. Similar to the moon. Not a sharp brightness, it was surrounded by a faint foggy halo. No It was falling extremely fast, and looked to be very close to the earth (i.e., closer than the lights of an airplane flying above).