Yes, Moon, Venus and Saturn. This can be confirmed with (for example) Stellarium.
The object you see is a contrail of an airplane.
A fireball is a bright meteor, and a shooting star is a less bright meteor, but they are basically the same thing.
Some fireballs leave trails, many don't.
In the photograph, at 6:01, the object appears to the right and slightly above the moon. In the video capture, which is shown as "6:03" the object has moved and is now aligned with the two planets (relative to the horizon) It has taken at least one minute and probably two minutes to transverse that section of the sky.
Fireballs are bright and fast. A meteor or fireball would be move and be gone in about 1 second.
This is therefore (most likely to be) a contrail of a jet, lit by the sun that is still above the horizon at its location. The flash would be a reflection from the plane as it catches the sun.
"Sporadic" meteors and fireballs occur all year, unassociated with any particular shower. A bright meteor could look more like a "streak and flash" and not like an "explosion".
The other object might be a meteor. A fireball is a bright meteor, and a shooting star is a less bright meteor, but they are basically the same thing. Looking at the photograph alone, I would have said that it looks like an aircraft contrail, lit by the sun that is below the horizon. But if you saw a "flash" that would suggest a meteor.