Sometimes you just got to have some patience otherwise the result could be disastrous. Take this car for example.
Prince Mansour bin Muqrin, the deputy governor of Asir province, was returning from an inspection tour when his aircraft came down near Abha late on Sunday, the interior ministry said.
It did not give a cause for the crash.
The incident came hours after a major purge of the kingdom's political and business leadership.
An anti-corruption body led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, 32, ordered the detentions of dozens of people, including 11 princes, four ministers and dozens of ex-ministers.
Analysts see the unprecedented move as an attempt to cement the power of the heir to the throne.
Drone injuries several after it loses control and crashes into a crowd in Ogaki Park in Gifu prefecture, Japan
Terrifying video has surfaced of stray rockets launching at a crowd of young children and injuring 14 during a packed fireworks display in Amesbury.
This is the dramatic moment a hero Brit wearing a bodycam pulled an unconscious woman from a burning car while working as cop in USA.
Detective Chris Godby, 31 - who was born in Liverpool and raised in Great Sankey, Warrington - is one of the "officers of the month" with the Grand Prairie Police in Texas.
He has been recognised for his role in saving the woman's life after pulling her from the burning car with two colleagues.
Video footage of the incident shows the officers dragging the unconscious woman out through the window of the car to get her away from the flames.
Detective Godby, who moved to the US in 2007, will be honoured alongside his two colleagues, receiving "the lifesaving bar for their courageousness", according to the police force's Facebook page.
This is the moment a car tries to muscle through a narrow gap on a dual carriageway before flipping through the air FOUR times.
The astonishing smash happened after a blue Mini Cooper tried to undertake from the inside lane by squeezing between two cars at high speed.
Dashcam footage shows how the reckless driver then hits the car to the right of it, leaving its rear driver-side wheel arch hanging off.
But as the Mini slides across the carriageway it ends up spinning wildly out of control across both lanes.
There were only minor injuries from the incident, which happened just after 5pm on July 13.
The driver who captured the footage say the woman behind the wheel of the Mini was "very apologetic" and accepted full responsibility for what happened.
She was offered a National Driver Alertness Course as an alternative to prosecution .
From OP: A long-range supersonic missile-carrying bomber Tu-22M3 crashed at the Shaikovka airbase. The bomber was involved in the Russian-Belarusian war games West-2017.According to official information in the Russian military, one of the landing gear legs broke, and the plane rolled out of the runway.
As a result of the incident the hull of the aircraft was seriously damaged, and the aircraft is beyond recovery. The crew of the Tu-22M3 was not injured.
A video taken from another aircraft appeared on the internet, showing that the Tu-22M3 lies in the field a few hundred meters from the runway.
It is possible that the bomber failed to land successfully, which is why it flew off the runway.
Russia and Belarus have launched a joint military exercise West-2017, which will last until September 2
Shocking footage of the moment a six-year-old boy was thrown like a rag doll after being struck by a car has been released in a warning to parents.
The young child somehow escaped with only cuts and bruises after he was launched several metres down the road when he was hit by a blue Ford Focus in Blackpool.
Lancashire Police have released footage of the incident that took place in Whitegate Drive on October 15 in a reminder to parents to teach their children proper road safety.
PC Tim Taylor told the Blackpool Gazette : "The vast majority of parents teach their children about road safety and how to safely cross the road.
A pilot has been hailed a hero after making an emergency landing in a plane without a front wheel.
Dramatic footage shows the plane coming into land, before it skirts above the runway then skids along on its nose.
Firefighters raced along the runway behind the plane, a Piper 34 Seneca II, and helped get all those on board out within seconds of it touching down.
The six people on board - two pilots and four passengers - all needed treatment for minor injuries.
A tired lorry driver caused a fatal six-car collision after becoming distracted by his mobile phone and not noticing stationary traffic for 23 seconds.
Horrific footage shows the moment Dorel-Sidor Galan, 38, of London Road, Grays, Essex, hit a line of cars on the A1, near Newark, killing council worker Ian Newell, from Grantham.
Galan was nine minutes into 11-minute voice call at the time of the collision and did not break or do anything to avoid it happen. The day before the crash he was on his phone 97% of the time.
He appeared at Nottingham Crown Court on November 2 where he admitted causing death by dangerous driving, reports the Lincolnshire Echo , and was jailed for five years and three months.
This is the eye-watering moment a man had to have a fishing hook yanked out of his own eyelid after it pierced his skin when he got angry about not catching any fish. Boat captain Chris Sheeder somehow managed to remain cool while a pal teased the hook from his eye before finally pulling it free. Chris had been on an annual fishing holiday with his wife in Alaska, in the USA, when he did a bad cast after missing a big fish. Within seconds, the hook had pierced through his eyelid's flesh. The 45-year-old claims he was 'lucky' not to have been blinded by the freak accident - however admits it was bad luck that he did not have his usual sunglasses on as it had rained.
A truck which exploded into a deadly fireball after skidding into a central reservation barrier on a motorway has killed three and left another injured. The vehicle, which was carrying crude oil drums and weighed two-and-a-half tonnes, rammed into cars before catching fire just before entering a tunnel. Within moments, the fire had spread and engulfed nine other vehicles also travelling on the road. Initial reports suggested that the body of a baby had been found amongst the debris, but police later updated their statement to confirm that there was no infant fatality. The bodies of three other people have been found, with the charred remains of one woman appearing to have died while clutching something in her arms. The freak accident occurred just before the Changwon Tunnel in the South Gyeongsang Province of South Korea today, at around 1.20pm local time. Firefighters have said the bodies of those killed in the accident were so badly damaged that it will take some time to identify them properly.
A man who was attempting to hail a bus fell down a manhole in an unfortunate moment captured on CCTV . It is not known if the man was injured in the accident that occurred as he turned in the road at in Metro Pantitlan in Mexico. The man can be seen waving his hands to try and get the attention of the small minibus so he can be picked up. However, as he steps forward to go towards the slowing vehicle he doesn't notice the open manhole right next to him and steps into it.
FROM NEW YORK POST - Onlookers in New Hampshire were shocked when they witnessed floodwaters carrying an entire house downstream. The dislodged home eventually crashed into a bridge and was destroyed.
A motorist captured the moment explosions ripped through two fuel tankers after a huge motorway crash involving 14 vehicles which claimed the lives of two people. A massive fireball filled the sky as several witnesses filmed numerous bangs coming from the inferno at around 11.30pm last night in Ontario, Canada. Police officers and other emergency crews who rushed to the scene were shocked by the devastation they encountered. Sgt Kerry Schmidt told CBC News in Toronto: "It's something I have never seen in my life. "A massive fire consumed nearly all the vehicles involved. "There are multiple fatalities." He added: "We have not had a chance to assess the scene. "It is tangled, twisted mess, burnt out vehicles of all descriptions".
A man who accidentally set himself on fire as he tried to fix his car was saved from more serious injury thanks to a quick-thinking garage worker. Footage shot on CCTV shows how the driver had his head under the bonnet of his red car as it was parked up outside a petrol station. Flames suddenly burst from the car, catching the man's clothes on fire, in the terrifying footage. The man runs away from the burning car, ripping his shirt of as he runs, while a man who was sat in the passenger seat also gets out and runs. The explosion was spotted by a man working at the nearby garage - who grabbed a fire extinguisher and ran towards the danger.
A mother carrying her child in a pushchair tumble down an escalator moments before a grandma falls trying to help the pair in China.
Seven people died in a horror helicopter crash when a parachute became tangled in the rotor blades. The chopper can be seen dropping like a stone from the sky after a piece of cloth gets caught in the rotor. The Indian Air Force's Mi-17-V5 hit the ground killing five soldiers and two officers, with another man critically wounded. The helicopter had been on a mission to drop fuel to a remote Army base near Yangste, China, when the accident took place. Jerrycans filled with fuel were filmed being thrown to the floor attached to makeshift parachutes. But one of the parachutes had not been lashed correctly and came apart from its can, throwing the material up into the helicopter rotor and causing the pilot to lose control. India Today said the video has been authenticated by senior Ministry of Defence officials and a full investigation has been launched. The inquiry has also revealed that the jerrycans shouldn't have been on the helicopter in the first place. A senior helicopter pilot told the Indian newspaper: "There are clear standard operating procedures on how supplies including fuel are air dropped. "The pilots followed the drill, including trying to hold the helicopter steady after losing the tail rotor. "One needs to look at how these jerrycans were loaded on to the aircraft. "Those who loaded the jerrycans into the helicopters should perhaps be asked." The Russian made Mi17-V5 helicopters were introduced by the Indian Air Force in 2013 and are considered to state-of-the-art.
This was nearly something you would see on those Final Destination movies. Luckily nobody was seriously injured, and luckily for us the CCTV cameras captured this pure craziness.
A hero driver who ran across a busy motorway to save another motorist was hauled before a court for driving offences. But Christopher Dye has now finally received the bravery award he so deserved for saving the life of fellow driver Murray Smoker on the M62. Murray's car was involved in a horror crash and flipped onto its roof close to junction 22 of the motorway in May last year. With no thought for his own safety, brave Christopher, 28, jumped from his car and helped the 31-year-old driver. The smash was all caught on Mr Dye's dashcam but he was charged with driving without due consideration for other road users regarding an alleged altercation with a van driver that caused the crash.
Location: Madhya Pradesh, India
SUV Flips After Drunk Speeding Driver Hits Him In Brutal Accident
Scores of people were injured and several dead after an out of control bus plowed into people at a busy intersection in India.
This is the moment a motorcyclist was thrown from his bike after smashing into a car on a busy roundabout. The biker was travelling on the outside lane of the roundabout when a black car suddenly comes up on its left hand side and crashes straight into him. The footage was captured on a vehicle behind's dashcam as they travelled towards the A444 in Coventry, in West Midlands. As the dashcam car approaches the scene of the collision, the biker can be seen climbing onto the centre of the roundabout and out the way of further danger Leicestershire Police told the Coventry Telegraph : "At 6.34pm we received a call to say there had been a RTC on the A444 Appleby Magna involving a car and a motorbike.
Firefighters rescued a stricken six-year-old boy who got his head stuck between two walls in Hefei City of east China's Anhui Province on Wednesday.
A thrillseeker recorded the moment his base jump went horribly wrong - leaving him severely injured at the bottom of a 100ft cliff. Landon Dirnberger was left with life-changing injuries including shattered heels, broken feet and a fractured pelvis. In his YouTube post he describes the base jump from 250 ft in the air at Camelback Mountain in Arizona. He has previously completed more than 250 jumps without a hitch, but in December last year he suffered two cliff strikes, then fell a further 100ft to the ground.