On an otherwise quiet Tuesday morning in Ukraine, a man driving a white van fell asleep at the wheel and crashed head-on with a truck. Despite the front of his vehicle becoming a crumpled heap, everyone involved survived the shocking collision.
The driver of the Toyota Lite car drove into the oncoming traffic and collided with a Volvo truck. Everyone who was in Toyota died, 52-year-old man, 55-year-old woman, 14-year-old boy and two girls aged 14 and 7.
An Algerian woman who went on a giant swing at an amusement park in Turkey's Kocaeli fell to her death because her safety belt was not properly put on. Her family did not lodge a complaint, but an investigation has been launched.
Grand Forks, ND - The 81-year-old man had just been released from the hospital minutes earlier after being checked out by staff there, after he was stopped for erratic driving a few hours prior by Grand Forks Police Department.
He was reportedly bouncing off curbs and even went to the FedEx building thinking it was the hospital. We are told the driver went back to the hospital, this time with minor injuries. The deputy and the driver of the other car were not hurt. The driver of the out of control pickup was given a ticket for care required.
Strange maneuvers at the railway crossing near Kursk cost the lives of the 35-year-old owner of Lada, the regional department of the Interior Ministry reported. The surveillance camera fixed the moment of collision of the domestic car with the motor vehicle.
The accident occurred at 08:38 am Wednesday in the platform area of the 428th kilometer, which is within the boundaries of the city of Kurchatov. The driver slowed down when he saw red traffic light blinking red, but stopped too close to the railroad track - the crossing in this place is not equipped with barriers. On the shots you can see how the white "Priora" rolls back, but then suddenly starts moving forward and leaves right in front of the rail bus (the guards call it a repair trolley).
From the impact the car turned and threw almost 10 meters ahead, from the injuries the driver died on the spot
A doctor “kissed” her partner for the first time - as she performed life-saving CPR after he COLLAPSED on their first date. Anesthesiologist Andi Traynor, 45, was on her first official date with Max Montgomery, 56, when he collapsed on the beach after a morning of surfing.
Max, a tech content creator, had felt a burning sensation in his chest while paddling but didn't realize anything was wrong until he began to feel exhausted after he left the water. Andi, of Palo Alto, California, was shocked as she watched Max collapse on Capitola Beach, Santa Cruz, and couldn’t find her new flame’s pulse when she turned him over. The mum-of-two immediately began to perform CPR on Max, of Santa Cruz, California, with the help of passersby.