My brightness estimate here is a bit high - the meteor was probably more like -3 (not as bright as Venus) - some of the estimates I saw listed in the 'Pending Reports' were far too high. This was difficult to judge brightness as it happened in bright twilight with no other stars to compare it to. But it was nowhere near as bright as the moon as some are reporting. Note one of the members of my local astronomy club was lucky enough to catch this on his dashcam. I can put you in touch if you'd like to see it. I also encouraged him to file a report here.
40° 45' 18.93'' N (40.755257°)
74° 11' 55.21'' W (-74.198669°)
Time and Duration
Local Date & Time
2017-12-29 17:22 EST
UT Date & Time
2017-12-29 22:22 UT
From up left to down right
Brightness and color
Straight narrow train which broke up as the meteor came down
At the very end the meteor seems to fragment into small pieces; difficult to see as was driving at the time.