This is the moment a truck full of beer bottles crashes into an SUV at a toll booth in Kishangarh in Rajasthan, India. One person was injured but there were no fatalities
Customers ducked, ran for cover and crawled on the ground to get away from a shootout at a gas station in East St. Louis. New video released by the police department shows the terrifying moments from inside and outside the business.
A councillor and his wife were hospitalised after an 'armed robbery' at their shop, which happened in broad daylight.
Councillor Chaman Lal, a labour councillor for Soho and Jewellery Quarter, and his wife were allegedly attacked with a knife while working at their fruit and veg shop.
A woman and a man stormed the store at 12.15pm this afternoon before threatening and attacking Chaman and his wife.
Birmingham Live reports that the councillor, who also runs family business Uplands Fruits, was slashed in the hand.
This is the shocking moment a repairman appears to sniff a little girl's used underwear when he's supposed to be working.
Th girl's father Jason Cooper said he only realised what the worker had done after he looked through footage recorded on a camera in his daughters' room.
During the disturbing clip, the workman can be seen taking the underwear out of the dirty laundry basket and putting them to his face.
He then pockets the underwear, from a room used by a three year-old girl and her five year-old sister.
A that was circulated on social networks shows how two hit men on a motorcycle killed journalist Mario Leonel Gómez Sánchez when he was outside his home.
Despite the existence of other people near Mario Gómez Sánchez, the shooting went directly against the journalist.
In the it is observed that after several shots, Mario Gómez falls seated on the sidewalk and neighbors who witnessed the events, ran to help him, so his own family moved him to the Yajalón hospital where he finally died.
Suffolk County Police shared footage of the incident, which they said occurred at a 7-Eleven store on Montauk Highway on August 30.
The woman can be seen arguing with store clerks before throwing the liquid on the counter and walking out of the store. The coffee damaged approximately $200 worth of cigarettes stored under the counter.
WARNING - DISTRESSING FOOTAGE: The worker died 15 days later in hospital after his organs were badly damaged - and the perpetrator has been missing since the tragedy
A factory worker was fatally injured by his boss after a prank went horribly wrong and he collapsed to the floor.
Aditya Jadhav was spotted on CCTV laughing as he approached his supervisor on CCTV.
The boss can be seen jokingly holding an air pressure hose up to his colleague's back and hair.
But the supervisor then puts the pipe down the back of Aditya's trousers and blasts the high pressured air.
The man immediately collapses to the floor in agony.
Los Angeles, CA - Authorities identified a murder suspect who was killed in an officer-involved shooting in South Los Angeles that left an FBI agent wounded.
Daniel Valdez, 70, of the Riverside County community of Perris, died at the scene of the shooting, which occurred about 11 a.m. Tuesday Aug 7th in the parking lot of a motel near 41st Street and Central Avenue. Valdez had been sought for shooting two family members.
Security cameras recorded the moment a man tries to cause a fire at a gas station on Wednesday afternoon in Luziânia. With a supply hose, the suspect threw ethanol on the ground and set it on fire.
In the recording it is possible to see a attendant trying to stop the action. Both were injured. The attendant had slight burns, while the man who threw ethanol had several parts of his body hit by the flames.
The fire was controlled by the staff of the station, which is just outside the city. The man is homeless with mental problems. There is no information on his condition.
Edmonds, WA - “We need to find this guy,” tweeted the Edmonds Police Department. his video contains images of a man walking around inside a store, masturbating. His genitals are not visible, but it is clear what he is doing.
Police in Edmonds believe a man suspected of sexually assaulting a 9-year-old girl in a busy supermarket last Saturday tried to do the same thing to another girl an hour later in a different store.
An anonymous tip led police to check the H-Mart Store in Lynnwood for additional video, Edmonds police Sgt. Shane Hawley said. The tip came from a father who reported the same suspect tried to sexually assault his daughter the same day.
The first incident occurred around 4 p.m. Sept. 15 at the Ranch 99 market, police said.
The suspect was described as a white man in his 50s or 60s, possibly with a goatee. He was reportedly wearing a bright blue T-shirt and dark shorts, based on a still image from surveillance video.
Police have gathered video clips from both stores. A clip from the most recently obtained video was released Friday.
NYPD released footage of a woman chasing a man through Grand Central/42 subway station after he allegedly groped her.
A gas station surveillance camera captured video of a driver backing into a pump and starting a large fire.
Mobile Police say the man did it on purpose. A manager says the man was mad because the station had just closed and he couldn't get gas.
The fire happened just after 11:00 p.m. Sunday. Police say 27-year-old Ernest Parker backed his vehicle into the pump at the Spirit gas station at Schillinger and Old Shell.
Parker was arrested Tuesday and charged with criminal mischief.
In the surveillance video, a worker's husband can be seen rushing to the fire with an extinguisher to try and put it out.
Firefighters eventually arrived to get the fire under control.
Thursday morning, caution tape was draped around the area where the damaged pump was removed.
Russia's most-watch TV show has descended into chaos after a reality star was beaten up live on TV.
Dom 2 - dubbed Russia's Love Island - sees contestants try to build a house while trying to find love.
According to reports, blonde Tatiana Blumenkranz, 25, attacked Mariana Petria, 24, after she discovered that the brunette had enjoyed a romantic dinner with her husband Valery Blumenkranz, 29, who is also on the programme.
The fight was filmed by hidden cameras on the reality show's set.
Producers uploaded the footage to social media where over a million people have viewed it.
Armed robbers marched a businessman back into his home as his terrified family were being held at gunpoint inside during a £15,000 raid.
Harrowing CCTV shows garage owner Lee Harris, 48, being led, bare-chested in his boxer shorts and with his hands bound by cables back into his home by raiders.
Lee, wife Nicola, 43 and their 17-year old twin sons Cameron and Broady were bound, punched and threatened by six balaclava-clad armed men who raided their home in Doncaster, South Yorkshire.
Cameron was dragged from his bedroom naked by the robbers while his brother Broady tried to wrestle with them.
A stabbed teenager collapsed in a pool of blood after warring 'gang members' slashed at each other in a Luton shopping centre fight caught on CCTV.
Graphic footage shows youths brandishing large blades and lashing out at each other in the busy The Mall in broad daylight.
In the clip, a teenage boy is propped up, with blood dripping onto the floor, before a second youngster dressed in black collapses onto the ground.
Families with young children watched in horror as the boys fought with large blades including a machete and a large serrated hunting knife, a court has heard.
The trails of blood were left as Che Stephens, Luca Sanni and Imani Pobi Da Silva, who are now all aged 18, become embroiled in the dangerous and bloody knife brawl which left Sanni with a life threatening injury, Luton Crown Court heard.
This is the terrifying moment two brothers attacked a taxi with a 17-inch machete during a row rage row that led to them being sentenced to two years in prison yesterday.
Charles Truman, 25 and Matthew, 22, were seen on CCTV pulling up behind the black Mercedes taxi on a roundabout in Chester at 6.30pm on August 17 before trying to yank open the passenger doors.
When they discovered the doors were locked, Charles began smashing the roof and windows with the blade, which one witness described as ‘the longest knife I’ve ever seen, like something out of Lord of the Rings’.
Amber Gonzalez escaped confinement but was recaptured at the same hotel an hour later.
SUSPECT(S): #1-Unknown male adult #2-Unknown Hispanic female adult #3-Unknown Hispanic or male adult VICTIM(S): Confidential SUMMARY: On March 12, 2018, deputies from the Victorville Police Department responded to a robbery call at Food 4 Less on La Paz Drive. Two unidentified males and an unidentified female loaded unpaid merchandise into a shopping cart. Without paying for the merchandise, they began to exit the store. A security guard requested their receipt and one of the males removed a machete from his shorts. The guard was struck in the hand when the male stepped toward him and swung the machete in his direction. He suffered a laceration to his hand as a result. The three suspects remain at large. Suspect #1 was described as a male, approximately 25-years old, 5’10” tall, with a afro. Suspect #2 was described as a Hispanic female, approximately 5’4” tall, with dark shoulder length hair. Suspect #3 was described as a Hispanic or male adult. Detectives have obtained and are releasing footage of the incident. Anyone with information about this investigation or the identity of the suspects is asked to contact Detective S. Nobles at the Victorville Police Department, at (760) 241-2911 or Sheriff’s Dispatch, at (760) 956-5001. Callers wishing to remain anonymous are urged to call the We-Tip Hotline at 1-800-78CRIME (27463) or you may leave information on the We-Tip website at www.wetip.com. Refer: Mara Rodriguez, Media Relations Station: Victorville Police Department
A speeding motorcycle carrying two men collides violently with a second motorcycle crossing at an intersection, leaving two of the riders laying seriously injured in the road.
This happens in front of a taxi that hits the first bike, sending it down the street in a shower of sparks, hitting the downed rider of the second bike in the legs as it does so.
After pausing for a couple of seconds, the taxi driver decides not to hang around and drives off.
Then at around the 50 second mark, the rider of the first bike who is badly hurt but still moving meets an extremely brutal and bloody 'Final Destination' style end as a pick up truck runs over him and he's trapped under the truck and dragged up the road.
The truck driver stops but then does a runner rather than wait for the police to turn up.
This is the moment a bus driver with dementia lost control of his double-decker vehicle and ploughed into a supermarket - killing a seven-year-old boy and a grandmother.
Kailash Chander, 80, mistook the accelerator for the brake before the fatal smash, which left another two injured in Coventry.
Today jurors at Birmingham Crown Court deliberated for around three hours before finding that Chander had been driving dangerously.
And West Midlands has now released the shocking footage of the crash in which pedestrians can be seen running for their lives and flailing their arms as the bus comes speeding towards them.
The CCTV begins by showing the double-decker pull out from behind a single decker bus at speed.
It clips the rear end of the other bus before careering onto a grassed area, narrowly missing pedestrians and taxis.
A distraught mum handed her nine-day-old daughter to a stranger she met online in exchange for £34, police say.
CCTV, released by police, shows the deeply distressing last few moments 25-year-old Inna Petrova has with her tiny child, clutching her tightly, before she hands her over.
The unemployed painter at one point can be seen turning her back on Natalia Zhdanova who has flown 1,970 miles from St Petersburg to Omsk collect the baby.
But then Inna kisses her little one for the last time and hands over the child, who is cocooned in a bright pink wrap.
Natalia then used a faked birth certificate - which listed the baby as hers - to show airport security before flying back to her home city with the child, police say.
A fatal road rage incident on the street in Kunshan, Jiangsu province has become the biggest story on Chinese social media this week with millions weighing in on where the limits of self-defense ought to lie.
The incident occurred at an intersection on Monday night at around 9:37 pm. Surveillance camera footage shows a BMW attempting to swerve into a bike-only lane ahead of a red light, bumping up against one cyclist who refuses to give way.
Quickly, two passengers, one man and one woman, exit the car and approach the cyclist. The woman helps the cyclist, a 41-year-old man surnamed Yu, move his electric bike to the sidewalk. After talking for a time, the two head back to the BMW.
However, it’s then that the driver, a 36-year-old man surnamed Liu, storms out of the vehicle and heads straight for Yu. Though the male passenger tries to hold him back, Liu continues to try to attack Yu. Eventually, Liu returns to his car and reemerges with a machete.
At the Chilton Ranch in Arizona, thousands of illegals march into the United States uninterrupted because there is no border wall, nor a border patrol, to stop them.
This man had ripped off a gas station about a dozen times while cashiers were distracted, grabbing snacks and drinks without paying. This time, the cashier recognized him and locked the doors so he couldn't leave.
An Ohio magistrate stormed out of his Cincinnati courtroom in full judicial robe and chased down a woman in an act that wound up costing him his job.
Judge Michael Bachman was presiding over a trial on Sept. 4 when he heard a commotion in the hallway.
A woman was allegedly screaming at the top of her lungs because she was told she was 30 minutes late to file court papers.
Bachman walked out of his courtroom to check out what was going on, and darted after the woman, running through hallways. When he caught up with her, he ordered her back into the courtroom.
This is the gut-wrenching moment a nine-year-old boy was dragged down the road and thrown into a parked car by a hit-and-run rider.
The stolen moped failed to slow down after clattering into the child and even sped off as the victim was sent flying in Whitehawk Road, Brighton on Sunday lunchtime.
Harrowing footage shows the little boy being hit by the bike's front wheel, briefly being dragged along before being slammed head first along the road.
Sussex Police are hunting for the rider and pillion passenger who may be part of a gang of motorcycle thieves operating in the city.
The little boy was taken to the Royal Sussex County Hospital with serious head injuries, but miraculously survived and has been discharged.