Thick black smoke is billowing from a Tottenham Hotspur warehouse and can been seen for miles across London.
Twelve fire engines and 81 firefighters along with police officers were called to the industrial unit where a blaze has been raging for more than two-and-a-half hours this morning (Thurs).
Half of the ground floor, first floor and roof of the warehouse are currently alight, London Fire Brigade say.
This driver was very fast on the busy road overtaking the other cars through spilt second windows and moving forward until he almost hit a cop car.
Every adult knows how quickly a child can run out of your view if you turn your back for a split second.
Parents the world over panic every day when it happens to them - because they often fear the worse could happen.
Tragically, for one family in China, the worse imaginable has happened - when a driver reversed over and KILLED a one-year-old toddler.
The motorist had been completely unaware that the child had wandered behind his car.
CCTV footage shows the driver climb in, start the engine and reversing - not realising the tot had been loitering behind the vehicle.
The small boy - only spotted loitering behind the car's boot seconds after the driver got into the car - was instantly knocked to the ground.
Bystanders rushed to the scene and pulled the child from under the car and then appeared to take it into the car.
He was rushed to hospital , but sadly died during surgery shortly after.
Five people were buried alive when scaffolding collapsed - but one lucky man's narrow escape was caught on a passing motorist's dashcam.
The accident happened as members of the public were passing by as workers tore down an old bank.
The dashcam of a motorist who happened to be driving by at the time filmed what happened.
Its footage shows the scaffolding on the side of the building come crashing down to the ground as one man narrowly avoids the falling debris by a second.
The accident happened at a local branch of the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China in the county of Jianshi.
Commuters fail to navigate slippery slope in Vladivostok
A skillful pilot managed to make an emergency landing - despite his plane missing its front wheel.
The light aircraft was without its landing gear when it came down in Maryland on Monday.
The plane, a a 1966 Piper PA30 twin engine, circled St. Mary's County Regional Airport for more than 90 minutes to burn fuel.
The pilot, Anthony James Capozzi, then executed the emergency landing skidding on the runway emitting a small amount of smoke, local media reported.
This is the horrific moment a young skateboarder broke his leg BACKWARDS when a trick went disastrously wrong in Mexico.
Excruciating mobile phone footage captured the skater rolling around on the floor screaming in agony after he stumbled while attempting to grind down a step railing.
The video shows the man accidentally dismount from his board and land on one leg which leaves him unable to move on the ground.
A sickening thud can be heard as the skater makes impacts with the concrete in front of horrified friends.
He is seen crying with pain with one leg crossed over the other at an horrendous angle.
Terrifying footage captures fairground revellers screaming in terror as "overloaded" carriages on a spinning octopus ride crash to the ground.
Fifteen people on board the 'Takada' attraction were injured yesterday during a festival in Samut Prakan, near Bangkok, Thailand.
The ride crashed when two hydraulic pumps, connecting the octopus to its tentacles, broke which sent eight carts careering to the ground at full speed.
Footage from onlookers captured sparks flying as one arm hit the ground with a massive bang, followed by another loud crash from a second tentacle - each one holding around eight people.
A girl was seen being flung back as the ride accelerates to the sound of screams. The octopus's head then toppled over as passenger's ran for cover.
Ambulances arrived after the incident at 9.40pm and rushed 15 people to hospital to be treated for cuts, bruises and fractures.
While pictures showed the damage done to the carriages as they skidded along the ground.
Premnao Atcharakorn, 21, who was inside one of the carriages that hit the ground, said: "There was a normal atmosphere, everybody was happy.
A police car's dashcam caught the moment a plane came crashing down on to a road, as motorway cops could only sit and watch.
The single-engined aircraft, with a pilot and one passenger on board, skirted over the housing estate before crashing at the side of the road.
Amazingly both those on board, 61-year-old pilot Marc Allen Benedict passenger 55-year-old Gregory Guinee, walked away from the accident, which happened at about 10.20am on Sunday in Clearwater, Florida.
One neighbour told WTSP: "It sounded like all of our plates in our kitchen just fell over.
Woman decides to cross the road. Sees the bike approaching. Biker gets confused & slams into her. Flees away fearing the wrath of the crowd.
Injured but alive.Location: Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India
We are often careless and even after knowing the outcomes we hardly take care of that. But see that how a minor turn and small mistake gave rise to a major accident.
Occurred on November 10, 2017 / Calico, California, USA
The pedestrian walks away after causing the accident Location: Qinzhou, Guangxi, China
British rider Daniel Hegarty, 31, died after a crash during the motorcycle race. The race was immediately called off.
A car crash at the Nürburgring this past weekend during an open track day left two dead and three others injured.
A red 1990s Honda Civic that had the fatal wreck, crashed into the scene of another accident that a safety crew was already attending to on the track. The incident occurred on the Kesselchen section of the track, reports Czech outlet Autoforum.cz. The track was wet, and thanks to the first crash, the area of the track was also marked with yellow warning flags.
FROM INSIDE EDITION - Surveillance video shows the moment a pickup truck slammed into the side of the school bus with the driver and three middle school children on board. That's when the truck reportedly caught fire and driver, Shuronda Richardson, knew she had to act. She is being hailed a hero for leading her passengers to safety.
The terrifying moment a man slammed his four-wheel-drive into the back of a truck was caught on camera.
The man was driving on a dusty outback road with his two dogs when a dust storm blew his way.
Out of no where the back of the truck can be seen appearing on the side of the dirt road where the driver was left crashing his car.
The front of the four-wheel-drive was smashed and crumpled and all the glass was shattered.
The terrifying crash took place in northern Queensland on Friday in what was the driver's first crash in 42 years.
The video was shared almost 5,000 times in the 14 hours it was posted online.
This is the unusual aftermath of a mid-air crash which saw a bird wiped out - and left stuck to the nose of a plane.
Stunned staff and passengers lined up to take pictures of the bizarre spectacle after the aircraft landed.
The bird slammed into the nose of the Airbus A319, which was flying from Mexico City to Miami.
And the animal's body was seen hanging half out of the side of the fuselage when it landed.
An American Airlines worker told WPLG : "It is true that we deal with bird strikes, that does happen, but never like this."
Indio Police have released bodycam footage showing a gas explosion graze a police officer in August. Officers had arrived on scene minutes earlier after a report of a gas odor coming from the residence. One officer received 2nd degree burns to his right arm following the explosion, but has since recovered.
ashcam footage has recorded the nightmare moment a motorist was left driving blind on a motorway after a stray bin bag blew onto the windscreen.
The footage shared on digg.com shows a car driving on a dual carriageway around a slight bend before seeing the plastic drifting into its path.
Then the plastic bag hits and gets stuck to the windscreen, giving the driver a scar and prompting them to pull over to remove the bag.
Footage was shared on a Facebook community page in Amphoe Si Racha near Bangkok in Thailand by Sek Sak Sakchai and his partner Prakida Salasin.
A debate has started over a video that has emerged showing a man being shunted by a car at a pedestrian crossing, but viewers can't decide who is in the right.
The footage, taken from the car's dashcam , shows the vehicle approaching traffic lights at a pelican crossing in Stonebow, Lincoln.
The car appears to be crossing the stop line just as the light turns amber.
Moments later, a man appears to be shunted by the vehicle, and lands on the bonnet of the car.
The man crossing the road then hurls expletives at the driver and bangs on his window.
Thankfully, neither the family travelling in the car - or the wild animal - were badly injured in the crash in Nakhon Ratchasima Province, north-east of Bangkok.
This is the moment a supposedly oblivious driver ran over a schoolboy with her Mercedes-Benz as he knelt down to tie his shoelaces.
The schoolboy miraculously managed to escape the ordeal unscathed thanks to his backpack after it jammed the car's front wheel.
The woman driver, named only as Pan, has been charged for dangerous after claiming she didn't see the boy.
CCTV shows the unnamed boy in the middle of a car park entrance in the city of Yueqing in China's Zhejiang province, with his back towards the road.
Dashcam footage of a car pulling out into the path of an oncoming pick-up truck has gone viral.
The footage, shared by Dash Cam Owners Australia, shows the white 'ute' (utility) truck ploughing into the blue Ford Focus near a 'Maccas' (McDonald's) drive through in the town of Mildura in Victoria state.
But the incident has sparked debate among motorists about which driver is in the wrong for the crash, and has notched up more than 120,000 views and hundreds of comments.
On Facebook the site posted: "Happened pulling out of Maccas drive through. The people in the white ute sustained minor injuries.
At least 18 people were killed and several others injured after more than 30 vehicle piled up in east China's Anhui Province on Wednesday.
Shocking moment jumping partygoers cause floor to COLLAPSE at Texas university student apartments and have to climb up fallen debris and wood panels to get out the chaos
Video of a University of North Texas homecoming party show packed partygoers rowdily jumping in the living room of the Denton, Texas apartment early Sunday
And while dancing rapper PLAYBOI CARTI's What, the floor gives way and drops dozens of screaming people to the second floor
Those lucky enough not to have fallen quickly turn on the lights as those barely hanging on to the sides of the now sunken third floor room
According to Denton Fire Marshal Brad Lahart, five to seven people at the scene needed to be treated and were released
The Fire Marshal added that at least 48 residents were displaced as a result
A sudden breakdown on Russia's biggest rollercoaster left dozens of people hanging upside down in terror.
The unfortunate visitors were left dangling for several minutes when the Quantum Leap suddenly stopped.
The embarrassing breakdown happened in in Sochi Park in the city of Sochi, which hosted the 2014 Winter Olympics.
Filming herself on a phone with the people stuck in the background, a woman can be heard saying: "I'm standing here shocked.
"There is the highest rollercoaster behind me. The roller-coaster just stopped and they said it is out of order.
"The people are sitting in there, Je-e-ez! Poor people, it must be so scary to be in there right now!"
This woman who was texting and not paying attention to where she was walking was folded up like a cheap chair underneath of this SUV backing up.
Fortunately for her, a quick thinking forklift operator jumped quickly into action and lifted the SUV off of the woman as others quickly pulled her out to safety.
Surprisingly, the woman only sustained minor injuries and was perfectly fine after a quick hospital visit.