Police say 33-year-old Michael Mack of Baton Rouge is the man who caused chaos on I-10 leaving behind a trail of damaged vehicles and holding off officers for hours with a machete.
It all started on I-10 near the Pilot Truckstop. That's where the Mobile County Sheriff's Office says Mack intentionally hit a Mobile County Ambulance with his semi truck.
EMS drivers say they had reported Mack driving recklessly and called dispatch to warn them, meanwhile turning on their lights and approaching the truck. That's when, the EMS workers say, Mack got angry and veered toward the ambulance.
The Mobile County Sheriff's Office says Mack hit three civilian vehicles as well before leading police on a chase and a stand-off across the state line in Mississippi, while armed with a machete.
Mack is being charged by MCSO with 2 counts of attempted assault, 5 counts of reckless endangerment and 3 counts of criminal mischief. He's charged with felony pursuit in Jackson County, along with 3 counts of aggravated assault against a police officer, 1 from Jackson County Sheriff and 2 from MHP.
Mack was given no bond on any charges as the judge felt he’s a danger to the community, according to the Jackson County Sheriff's office.
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This footage is from a Chicago Police Department body-worn camera. The sergeant wearing the camera and assisting officers rescued a man at 1:05 p.m. on Sunday who had jumped into Lake Michigan to save his dog.
The man, who wishes to remain anonymous, was walking his dog near Foster Beach. The nine-month-old adopted dog darted towards the ice on the lake and ended up in the water.
The owner jumped into the lake to rescue the American Eskimo mix, named Pika. He was able to save the 19-pound dog but was unable to get out of the lake due to large ice walls that formed along the water's edge.
"They (CPD) absolutely saved my life," the man said. " I will be forever grateful to them."
The CCTV video, captured in Wuxi City in eastern China’s Jiangsu Province on January 18, shows an infant in a baby walker moving out of a restaurant to the edge of a six-metre-high escalator and started tumbling down.
A man walking past can be seen immediately running to save the baby, catching her and carrying her back to the top of the escalator and returning her to her mum.
According to reports, the baby’s parents ran a restaurant in the shopping mall. The baby walked out of the restaurant by herself on that day as her parents were too busy at that moment to take care of her.
Since the soldier named Wang Zihao heard some abnormal noise from the escalator when he was shopping with his cousin and turned his head around to check, he saw the flipped over baby walker and the baby and ran to save her immediately.
Thanks to the soldier’s quick move, the baby only sustained light injuries.
A driver was trapped underwater inside his car in northwestern China's Ankang City. A brave passerby borrowed a mace from a nearby construction site, smashed the car window and rescued the driver just before the car completely sank.
A U.S. Postal Service delivery truck was caught on camera exploding and rolling down the street in flames in Kansas City. The driver was not hurt and the Postal Service are investigation the cause of the explosion.