"As suggested by the investigation, which deals with the investigation of the tragic case, the man saw in the course of the work that a congestion had formed on the conveyor of the chipper machine." Having decided to remove the waggon on the screw, the man, without stopping the work of the machine, climbed onto the transporter. At that moment he was dragged into the unit, and it was cut with knives.The moment of the tragedy fell on the video camera, which is installed in the shop.
On this fact, investigative authorities of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation for the Republic of Tatarstan instituted criminal proceedings on the grounds of the crime provided for in Part 2 of Art. 143 of the Criminal Code (violation of the rules of labor protection, which caused the death of a person through imprudence). "
Well he was in the wrong anyways so once you think you're ok it would make sense to just ride away. I hopefully he rode to a hospital though because he may not feel anything at that moment but couple hours later he could start feeling pain.
“I was driving to work in my truck on the morning around 5:45am. I had a carpool partner with me. This incident occurred in the eastbound carpool lane on Interstate 10 just before 51st Ave. exit in Phoenix.”
A taxi driver's dashcam captured the moment a sedan jumped the curb earlier this week and crashed to a halt on a Washington, D.C., sidewalk, pinning a pedestrian before several good Samaritans rushed to lift the vehicle from the victim; remarkably, only four people suffered injuries and they were all non-life threatening in what authorities say was an accident.
Police charged 71-year-old Robert F. Bulger with the hit and run accident where a Gloversville Police Department officer was struck and injured Wednesday.
A city police officer was struck by a vehicle Wednesday around 8:23 p.m. on West Fulton Street while responding to a complaint. A police release today said the officer was not injured and state police had located the vehicle that drove off following the incident at 9:10 a.m. this morning.
Bulger, of 477 W. Fulton St. Ext., was identified as the operator of the truck that allegedly hit the officer. He was charged with second-degree reckless endangerment, third-degree assault and leaving the scene of a personal injury accident.
City police were handling a disorderly conduct complaint on West Fulton Street near the intersection with South Burton Avenue Wednesday around 8:23 p.m. While preparing to leave the site of the complaint, a patrol officer was struck by a truck traveling westbound on West Fulton Street.
The officer was standing on the terrace of the eastbound travel lane, when he was struck by the vehicle that fled the scene.
WARNING: Disturbing footage. We're still awaiting details on this tragic accident that YouTube streamer Lameduckg was a part of this afternoon while live on the channel. Lameduckg's fate is currently uncertain, but our thoughts are with him. Early reports indicate the accident may have been fatal.
A female skydiver was injured after crashing into a pond at Skydive City in Zephyrhills, Florida, on April 18.
In the video, a skydiver using a bright orange chute can be seen dropping at a fast rate.
As she approaches the pond, she hits it at a steep angle, makes a crash landing and goes under water as the crowd gasps.
People are seen rushing to the skydiver’s aid to get her out of the water.
“Other skydivers jumped in to get her out and the paramedics were called immediately,” the filmer said.
As the video continues, paramedics are seen arriving and a helicopter eventually airlifts her to a hospital.
"Officials say she was alert and conscious when she was flown to Lakeland Regional Hospital. There is no word on her current condition or how serious her injuries are,” WFLA reported on the day of the accident.
I feel as though this was set up to hurt someone and it indeed did. It seems to me based on its position it had to be the work of at least two people. Luckily he had his co-workers to rush to his aid. Hopefully he did not sustain serious injuries.
A surveillance video captured the terrifying moment rescuers battled to save a 12-year-old boy who was trapped underwater for more than nine minutes after his leg was caught in a lazy river's suction line.
Incredibly, the boy survived his ordeal – thanks to a man who kept him alive by performing underwater mouth-to-mouth until emergency services arrived, ABC15 reports.
The security footage shows two boys playing in the pool at the Avista Resort in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, on March 19.