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  • Parachutist catches fire after hitting overhead power lines 00:29

    Parachutist catches fire after hitting overhead power lines

    A military parachutist survived a mid-air explosion after crashing into high-voltage power lines and suffering en electric shock. Onlookers heard a loud explosion as a huge flash of light emerged during the training exercise in Sri Lanka. In terrifying footage the woman can be seen careering towards the lines but is unable to change her course. She then crashes directly in to the high-voltage cables and immediately explodes into a flash of light. The woman eventually falls to the ground after working herself free from the parachute which is still tangled in the wires. Onlookers are then seen rushing to help the soldier, who was left burned from the electric shock but miraculously survived. But it was not the only incident at the Kuda Oya Army Camp that day - with a male soldier taken to hospital alongside her after he broke his ankle following a bad landing. Army spokesman Brigadier Roshan Seneviratne said: 'Two soldiers, a male and a female, attached to the Kuda Oya Army Camp were injured during parachute training held at the Embilipitiya Army Training Camp. 'The female soldier had suffered minor burn injuries when she fell on a high tension wire while the male soldier had injured his ankle having made an incorrect landing.'

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  • CCTV catches moment crane crashes to the ground at Dubai dock 00:45

    CCTV catches moment crane crashes to the ground at Dubai dock

    Footage has emerged showing the moment a gigantic crane came crashing down at one of the world's busiest ports, narrowly missing an office block below. The machine - believed to weigh around 1,850 tonnes - collapsed after it was hit by a container ship at Jebel Ali dockyard in the United Arab Emirates, just miles from the popular tourist city of Dubai. An investigation has been launched after ten people were left injured following the incident on Thursday. In the video, life at the dockyard appears normal as workers drive around beneath the crane just moments before it came hurtling down. A second crane was also shifted during the incident on Thursday, but managed to stay upright. DP World, who is responsible for the port, confirmed the incident happened at Terminal 1 of the popular port. There was no reported pollution said but ship, the quay and two shore cranes were damaged. The UK Marine Accident Investigation Branch said it had launched an investigation. In a statement today, a spokesman told GCaptain: 'The collapsed quay crane will be removed following all necessary safety procedures once the investigation has been completed. 'The second crane is under assessment for structural integrity and not in use until further notice.' The port is based just miles from the famous Palm Jebel Ali development, an ambitious project to build a luxurious city in the shape of a leaf on the edge of the city of Dubai. Jebel Ali Port is one of the busiest ports in the world and is used by everyone from car manufacturers to expatriates moving their items abroad. The port has around 98 cranes in total, 19 of which are up to 452 ft tall (138 metres) at full extension. This makes their combined height three times the size of the world's tallest building the Buri Khalifa, Dubai's iconic landmark. They each weigh 1,850 tonnes and are capable of lifting four twenty-foot containers at one time.

    2 weeks
  • Schoolboy trapped under two-tonne car after crash saved by group 00:43

    Schoolboy trapped under two-tonne car after crash saved by group

    This is the dramatic moment passers-by rushed to lift a two-tonne car off a trapped schoolboy who had been hit by a vehicle. About 15 people heaved the Mercedes A Class off the seven-year-old before hauling him to safety. The boy was involved in a collision at around 8.40pm on Sunday on St Peter's Road in the Highfields area of Leicester. Police and paramedics dashed to the scene and the boy was taken to Queen's Medical Centre (QMC) in nearby Nottingham. The youngster, who attends nearby Medway Community Primary School, remains in hospital in a critical but stable condition. Eyewitness Vijay Vadgama, 23, filmed the brave rescue from his girlfriend's flat which is opposite the crash site. He said: 'All of a sudden there was a huge 'bang' outside. All I could hear was just people shouting 'stop, stop, stop' at the top of their voices. 'I immediately thought the worst. I could hear people running and screams. Vijay continued: 'I could see the boy trapped under the car. Clearly the boy had been hit. 'I could see the mum walking up to the traffic lights, clearly thinking that he would be there. 'She just turned around, saw her son under the car and collapsed, almost straight away. I can't imagine what she must have gone through in that moment. Vijay said that people then 'came from everywhere' and attempted to lift the car off the young boy. He added: 'I couldn't believe how quickly the community came together to rescue the boy from underneath the boy. 'There were paramedics there, and they went over to treat the son and his mum, who got back on her feat and looked to be pretty shaken up. 'A paramedic was quickly on the scene tending to the boy. He didn't seem to be too badly hurt, but obviously it could have been a lot worse.' A Leicestershire Police spokesman said: 'We received a report of an RTC (Road Traffic Collision) on St Peter's Road in Leicester involving a vehicle and a pedestrian. 'The young boy was taken to the QMC where he is in a critical but stable condition. 'The driver was uninjured. No offences were committed.'

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  • Child miraculously survives getting run over by two cars 00:38

    Child miraculously survives getting run over by two cars

    Tragedy was averted by a hair when a young girl ran into traffic in China. After being knocked down by a car, she was run over twice but amazingly managed to avoid any serious injuries.

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  • Dramatic moment commuters team up to push a 100-tonne subway train to free a woman 00:10

    Dramatic moment commuters team up to push a 100-tonne subway train to free a woman

    A group of commuters at a Chinese subway station have joined forces to free a trapped passenger after successfully tilting a 100-tonne train. The passenger, reported to be an elderly woman, slipped and had her leg wedged between a train and a platform in China. Passengers and rail staff collectively pushed the train sideways at a station in Guangzhou on May 6, according to a video posted by People's Daily to Twitter. The pensioner did not sustain serious injuries. The dramatic incident occurred in the afternoon on Saturday at Guangzhou's Ouzhuang station. The 72-year old woman fell through the gap while getting off the train, local media Yangtze Evening News reported. A photo showed her sitting on the floor of the carriage with her right leg stuck in the gap. Eyewitnesses immediately rushed to the woman's assistance. They teamed up to tip the carriage. The rescue operation was assisted by the staff at the Ouzhuang station, as the footage shows. The commuters could be heard coordinating with each other by chanting 'one-two-three, one-two-three' while pushing the train. Rail staff also poured lubricant onto the pensioner's trapped leg to help pull her out. The woman was freed by the group after they had tried to push the train for five minutes. She reportedly had scratches on the kneecap and did not sustain any major injuries.

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  • Shocking dash cam video captures head-on car crash into van 00:17

    Shocking dash cam video captures head-on car crash into van

    The footage shows the out-of-control Ford Mondeo clip the kerb, before swerving onto the wrong side of the road and ploughing into the van in West Bromwich.

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  • Child dramatically caught by passer-by after falling from balcony 00:50

    Child dramatically caught by passer-by after falling from balcony

    This is the miraculous moment a group of hero bystanders caught a two-year-old toddler who fell from a balcony after they spotted her dangling from the edge. Elif Cakmak had been playing unsupervised in her family's apartment in Turkey's Sanliurfa Province when she climbed on to the rails. The little girl lost her balance and fell over the edge forcing her to perilously hang on or fall to the ground. But local traders passing by in the street below heard her cries and gathered beneath her. When she finally lost her grip and fell, shopkeepers Fehmi Durmaz and Mehmet Tapsik were able to catch her in their arms. She was miraculously unharmed in the incident, which was captured on CCTV in the city of Sanliurfa in Turkey's south eastern Sanliurfa Province. Mr Durmaz, who runs a kebab restaurant, said: 'Thank god the child was rescued without so much as a scratch as we caught her in the air. 'It is a nice feeling saving somebody's life. It could have been my child too. I did what I had to do.' Mr Tapsik added: 'A neighbour told me that the child was hanging from the balcony while I was in my shop. 'I came out immediately and I saw the child hanging. Our other neighbours came too and we caught her in mid-air. 'The child was not hurt but she was very scared. Then we took her back to her family.' It is not known whether police are investigating the incident which happened in the Balarbasi quarter of the city.

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  • Dramatic moment fire in Manchester sets industrial estate ablaze 00:09

    Dramatic moment fire in Manchester sets industrial estate ablaze

    Firefighters say they have contained a blaze that broke out at a recycling plant in Manchester overnight. Eight fire crews were sent to fight the blaze at Wardley industrial estate, near Swinton, Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service said. It is believed that the fire involved a large number of recycled computer parts in an industrial-sized container. A downed power line also caused problems at the scene and was being made safe by the National Grid, the fire service added. Photos showed a large plume of smoke against the sky, with North West motorway police tweeting that black smoke was billowing across the M60 between junctions 13 and 14 and the M61. The cause of the fire is unknown and an investigation will take place. Firefighters managed to bring the flames 'well under control' just after 2am on Sunday, with people in the surrounding area advised to keep their windows and doors shut to prevent smoke from seeping into their homes. Darren Moore, force duty officer for Greater Manchester Police said: 'At 11.23pm police attended a large fire at a recycling plant to assist the fire brigade. 'The fire is believed to be contained although it will continue to be fought overnight. 'A number of people have been evacuated from their homes.' At its peak, there were eight fire engines at the scene to battle the flames, but the number was down-scaled as the blaze was brought under control. During the fire, Group Manager Paul Starling, who was at the incident said: 'The large smoke plume the recycled material produces is causing some local residents concern, but we would like to reassure you that we are dealing with the incident well. 'You can avoid any smoke by simply closing windows and doors and avoiding the area until further notice.' Eleven people were transferred from their homes into emergency accommodation, Moore said, with others leaving to stay with family and friends. There were no reports of anyone being injured, he added. Witness Jim Burke, from Swinton, told the Manchester Evening News of his horror watching the blaze. 'My wife and I called the fire service after returning home,' he said. 'We looked and saw the flames and thought we'd better nip around,' he added. 'We were horrified to see how extensive it was.'

    3 weeks
  • Intoxicated driver SMASHES his car into a bar in Salem, Oregon 00:10

    Intoxicated driver SMASHES his car into a bar in Salem, Oregon

    Police say the driver who smashed this Subaru Forester into a bar in Salem, Oregon, was intoxicated and carrying oxycodone when he was arrested.

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  • INSTANT KARMA For Stupid Guy Trying To Cut Traffic 00:26

    INSTANT KARMA For Stupid Guy Trying To Cut Traffic

    Turns out really,really bad

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  • This Biker Must Be The Luckiest Man Alive 00:48

    This Biker Must Be The Luckiest Man Alive

    If you wonder why he's on the car,check out the video!

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  • Twelve Year Old Crashes Car Into House 01:23

    Twelve Year Old Crashes Car Into House

    This twelve-year-old was given private driving lessons. However, he lost control of the vehicle and ran straight into his own house.

    3 weeks
  • Dominican Policeman Accidentally Shot Own Partner 01:05

    Dominican Policeman Accidentally Shot Own Partner

    Dominican Republic-- The video shows captured by a bystander, a Military Policeman returning fire at a suspect accidentally shot one of his own during an operation.

    Immediately after being hit the policeman that was still conscious and on his feet, start running back to take cover and looking for help. A motorcyclist taxi is seen coming toward the policeman offering transportation to a near hospital. both are seen leaving in a hurry.

    There is no information about the condition and the gravity of the injuries of the policeman available at the moment.

    3 weeks
  • Scumbag Taxi Driver Hit and Run 01:38

    Scumbag Taxi Driver Hit and Run

    A taxi driver runs a red light and collides into another vehicle. He then backs out and proceeds forward without stopping as legally required.

    3 weeks
  • Rally Racer Tomasz Kasperczyk Saved By Guardrail 01:07

    Rally Racer Tomasz Kasperczyk Saved By Guardrail

    Rally Islas Canarias 2017 - Crash Tomasz Kasperczyk

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  • Hilarious moment car rolls backwards in heavy traffic and mounts a tree 01:00

    Hilarious moment car rolls backwards in heavy traffic and mounts a tree

    A hapless driver was caught on dashcam running down a steep hill after his car - that rolled backwards through traffic and smashed into a tree. The silver car ended up half way up a tree after miraculously avoiding two lanes of stop-start traffic as it rolled at speed down the steep road. The driverless motor, which was being chased by a man and a woman, thought to be the driver and a passenger, clipped the sloping edge of a crash barrier which launched it high into the tree. Driver Paul Morris-Hill captured the hilarious accident on his dashcam, on the steep Detling Hill near Canterbury, Kent, on Wednesday evening.

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  • Intoxicated Driver Crashes while Fleeing Police 01:06

    Intoxicated Driver Crashes while Fleeing Police

    An intoxicated driver loses control and crashes into the back of a vehicle. According to reports he was fleeing from police at the time which is why he was driving so fast.

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  • Runaway truck causes 14 vehicle traffic pile-up in Russia 00:33

    Runaway truck causes 14 vehicle traffic pile-up in Russia

    This is the terrifying moment a truck smashed into the back of a car, causing a 14 vehicle pile-up including a bus with 23 passengers. The lorry driver lost control after a brake failure and rear-ended his vehicle near the city of Zhigulevsk in Russia. Footage shows the car slamming into a van in front before turning into the path of a yellow truck. The window shatters with the impact, sending glass showering onto the dashboard. Four people were injured after the pile-up, although a group of children in one of the vehicles were unharmed. The accident happened on April 27 and was filmed on dashcam. It is not known whether police are investigating the incident or if any arrests were made.

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  • Horrific car crash involving a school bus is caught on dash cam 00:24

    Horrific car crash involving a school bus is caught on dash cam

    Shocking footage taken from a school bus dashcam shows the moment a black pickup smashed into a car in Oklahoma. It was seen veering into oncoming traffic before rolling into the path of the bus, which it struck lightly. Three people were seriously injured in the collision, which happened on April 26. The video was released by Edmond Public Schools, which said there were 19 students on the bus. None of them were hurt. The bus driver is heard calling for help in the video, and it shows passersby rush to help the injured people in the two vehicles. An investigation into the collision is ongoing.

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  • Man gets smacked off his bike by flying billboard 00:10

    Man gets smacked off his bike by flying billboard

    Shocking video footage shows the moment a billboard is blown over by a strong gale before hitting a motorcyclist. The incident took place earlier this morning in Beijing, China as the city was hit by strong wind that has caused havoc in the capital. The wind has blown away the remnants of a sandstorm which has left the capital covered in dust over the past few days. In the footage, recorded on a car's dashcam, a motorcyclist can be seen waiting for a car to pass. It's clearly windy as the trees can be seen swaying and the motorcyclist's hat on the back of his moped can be seen bobbing. All of a sudden from the right hand side, a billboard comes lose from above one of the shops. It hits the ground and is then carried by the wind, hitting the motorcyclist in the head and knocking him off his bike. It's unclear how injured the man was. Other bits of debris can also be seen flying around in the wind. The city has been hit by heavy wind today following a sandstorm which shrouded the city over the past two days. A man was killed in Beijing's Haidian district this morning after he was hit in the head by flying debris, according to QQ.com. Beijing's Municipal Bureau of Meteorology warned people to avoid going outside and pay attention to safety. Many roads in the capital including the Airport Expressway have been left congested due to fallen trees.

    3 weeks
  • Cabin crew thrown to the floor by terrifying flight turbulence 01:39

    Cabin crew thrown to the floor by terrifying flight turbulence

    A shocking video has emerged of terrified flight attendants who screamed and shouted as they were hurled to the floor by strong turbulence during a flight reportedly on its way to Kuala Lumpur.

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  • Caught on dash cam: Some of the most shocking car crashes in Britain 01:06

    Caught on dash cam: Some of the most shocking car crashes in Britain

    Dash cam popularity is increasing and can partly be attributed to shows such as ITV¿s Car Crash Britain which highlight the dangers on British roads.

    3 weeks
  • Tourists rescue girl from river using makeshift rope of clothes 00:49

    Tourists rescue girl from river using makeshift rope of clothes

    Passersby on Orange Island, a popular tourist destination in south China’s Hunan Province, helped rescue a young girl who had fallen into the fast-flowing Xiangjiang River on Sunday, by tying their clothes together to make a rope. When this failed, they managed to pull the 15-year-old and her father, who had jumped in to the river to try and help her, up to the bridge using a proper rope. Check out this video of the rescue, shot by tourists.

    3 weeks
  • Car t-bones overtaking ute after it pulled out from parking spot 00:20

    Car t-bones overtaking ute after it pulled out from parking spot

    A car has slammed into a ute while pulling out from a parking spot, leaving viewers stumped as to whose fault the crash was. Footage of the incident on Todman Avenue in Sydney was captured on dash cam and uploaded to Facebook on Wednesday. In the video, a black Audi can be seen stopping to let a blue car out of its parking space. Social media users seem to be divided on who was at fault. 'Ute was driving in right lane… parked vehicle enters traffic without checking and turns right… blue cars fault,' said one person. But another said: 'The blue car was already 90% out of his park and the ute came flying along not breaking or stopping.' However the majority of users seem to think the blue car was to blame for the accident because they didn't check thoroughly before pulling out.

    3 weeks
  • Aftermath of car crash at LynnWay Auto Auction leaving three dead 01:48

    Aftermath of car crash at LynnWay Auto Auction leaving three dead

    An elderly Massachusetts auction employee killed three people and hospitalized nine after 'screeching' his SUV through a crowded auto auction in what is described as a 'tragic accident'. One man and two women were killed in the devastating crash at Lynnway Auto Auctions in Billerica Wednesday morning. The driver, who is in his 70s, was not hospitalized and was driving a 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Auction employee Woody Tuttle told WCVB that he heard tires 'screeching' when the 'Jeep Cherokee went flying by me'. Tuttle said he then saw the vehicle strike several people. Tuttle said the driver 'avoided the cars and went on to hit the people who were standing between the cars'. But police don't believe the incident was 'intentional'. 'At this point, there is no evidence or information to suggest the incident was caused by an intentional or terrorist act,' Massachusetts State Police said in a press release. 'All evidence and information at this time suggests an accidental cause,' police added. The crash occurred around 10am at LynnWay Auto Auction in Billerica, about 20 miles northwest of Boston, according to the station. Officials said that a few hundred people were inside and outside the building at the time of the crash. A disturbing video was released to the public showing three victims lying on the ground immediately after the crash. In the horrific video two of the victims were moving, while the third appeared motionless. First responders can be heard in the background shouting at people to 'move' and 'back up' as they barricaded the scene. Cars were lined up on the auction block when the jeep suddenly accelerated and hit people standing inside the auction before crashing into the building, a witness said. Images from TV helicopters showed a vehicle covered in debris that appears to have crashed through an exterior wall from inside the building. At least 12 ambulances were called to the scene as medics wheeled people out of the building on gurneys. Randy Miller, who was attending the auction said it appeared the vehicle was traveling about 40mph. He told WCVB that he and others at the auction 'heard a bang or an explosion'. 'It was almost like a bomb. The whole place just went silent,' Miller said. 'There were people just lying on the ground -- a horrific, crazy, tragic situation.' Lahey Hospital and Medical Center says it is treating six injured people, and Lowell General Hospital says it has three others. Lynnway Auto Auction said in a statement on Facebook: 'We are very saddened by today's events at the auction. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the individuals and families affected.' Police said there were multiple victims but authorities have not confirmed the number of fatalities. The building has since been evacuated. Authorities have not released the identity of the driver. The investigation by Billerica and State Police is ongoing.

    3 weeks
  • Caught On Camera: Plummeting plane causes huge explosion over busy street 00:49

    Caught On Camera: Plummeting plane causes huge explosion over busy street

    A plane burst into a fireball when it crashed into power lines and traffic lights before smashing into a road just inches from cars. The small aircraft was filmed by a dashboard camera quickly diving towards the ground above Mukilteo Speedway in Mukilteo, Washington, USA, yesterday afternoon. Footage shows several cars sitting in traffic waiting patiently for the lights to turn green when suddenly the aircraft appears and plummets quickly towards the ground. The plane hits several electricity wires and the traffic lights as it descends, causing it to burst into a huge fireball and crash into Harbor Point Boulevard Southwest, causing a huge plume of smoke to arise into the sky. Several cars are then seen turning away from the road and taking a different route to avoid the scene of the crash. A number of cars were damaged and traffic was blocked for several hours but there were no serious injuries, according to Mukilteo Police Department. local time before losing power. He added he attempted to land on Harbor Point Boulevard as it was clear, but inadvertently clipped the power lines. Amanda Hayes, a motorist who was driving to work with her colleague, said she felt the fireball as the plane went over her van. She added: '[It felt] terrifying and hot, but we're ok, and it's really all I can ask for that nobody involved was injured.' Nearby resident Ron Cohen, a pilot himself, said: 'It looks like he [the pilot] did an incredible job.' Snohomish County Public Utilities District said there was a brief power cut in the area after the single-engine plane hit the power lines.

    3 weeks
  • Downhill Mountain Biker Suffers A Serious Injury During Race 07:32

    Downhill Mountain Biker Suffers A Serious Injury During Race

    When using your head is NOT advised!

    3 weeks
  • Surfer Rescued After Drifting More Than 30 Hours 00:48

    Surfer Rescued After Drifting More Than 30 Hours

    Matthew Bryce was pulled to safety by a coast guard helicopter after drifting 13 miles off the coast of Scotland.

    3 weeks
  • Hydro vault explosion covers downtown Toronto in thick smoke 02:42

    Hydro vault explosion covers downtown Toronto in thick smoke

    A blown hydro vault and electrical fire filled the business district with smoke Monday afternoon.

    3 weeks
  • Shocking moment young boy falls out of a school bus 00:57

    Shocking moment young boy falls out of a school bus

    A video released by a South Carolina school district shows a boy falling out of a moving school bus on April 7, 2017, after the side emergency door came open. The driver had no idea that the boy had fallen until the children started screaming for him to stop. The second-grader cut his elbow and hurt his back and neck.

    3 weeks
  • Cyclists fly off bikes in sickening crash at women's race in NYC 01:00

    Cyclists fly off bikes in sickening crash at women's race in NYC

    A dramatic pile-up of 15 pro-cyclists - some flipping high over their handlebars - was caught on video in New York on Saturday night. The Red Hook Criterium women's final had recently started when the pile-up halted many riders' progress. The 22 lap race which had 100 cyclists was held on Saturday night in Brooklyn where unsuspecting onlookers got a little more action than they bargained for.

    3 weeks
  • Soccer player Anthony Van Loo survives a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) when his ICD fires 00:55

    Soccer player Anthony Van Loo survives a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) when his ICD fires

    Anthony Van Loo, a 20-year old soccer player (Roeselare Belgian first division) collapses during a match and is brought back to life by his Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator (ICD). The device delivers a shock to restore his heart rhythm. Most of the press has been reporting this as a heart attack. But this is not accurate. Instead of a heart attack, Van Loo must have suffered an arrhythmia, an electrical malfunction of the heart (like Ventricular Tachycardia or Ventricular Fibrillation). Ventricular Fibrillation is very dangerous and will lead to cardiac arrest. Sudden Cardiac Arrest is an abrupt loss of heart function that affects more than 400,000 people in the U.S. and is the leading cause of death in competitive athletes. Van Loo is known to suffer from an unspecified heart condition that makes him susceptible to life-threatening arrhythmias. He's been allowed to return to playing soccer after the implantation of an ICD.

    3 weeks
 
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