A harrowing video has emerged of a drunk government worker savagely beating a cloakroom attendant after being refused entry to the bar where she worked. The 24-year-old man had been turned away from the bar in the city of Rostov-on-Don in south-west Russia's Rostov Oblast region. Security guards said he was already drunk and that he walked away after he was refused entry to the bar. But horrific CCTV footage from the cloakroom shows him coming back armed with a concrete and metal sculpture of a flower he had found outside. In the short clip, the man opens the side door to the booth and rushes in, using the heavy sculpture to beat 52-year-old Elena Zhukova over the head. Passersby realised what was happening and one rushed into the booth to restrain the assailant. Ms Zhukova was taken to the hospital with severe injuries and the attacker was arrested. Her son, who did not give his name, said: 'She had a trauma to the brain so she had to have brain surgery. 'Now she is getting better, but still has a patchy memory.' Police say they are still investigating the incident. It is not clear whether the suspect, who was not named, was held in custody. It is also unclear why the assailant's anger was directed at the cloakroom attendant instead of at the security guards who turned him away.
A two-year-old boy survived being hit by a car in east China’s Fujian Province. Surveillance video shows a car running over the child. The driver was talking on his phone and did not see the toddler. The incident puts into sharp focus the dangers of using cell phones while behind the wheel of a motor vehicle. According to the World Health Organization, a driver using a mobile device is four times more likely to get into an accident than drivers who are focused on the road. Using mobile phones while driving is prohibited in China.
The Calgary Police Service is seeking public assistance for information related to an arson that occurred earlier this month. At approximately 4:15 a.m., on Friday, April 7, 2017, an unknown culprit set fire to the Lê La Vietnamese restaurant, located at 4-6624 Centre St. S.E. Police obtained CCTV footage that shows an individual breaking a front window and throwing an incendiary device, believed to be a Molotov cocktail, into the restaurant. Video of the incident is available on The City of Calgary Newsroom. The suspect is described as wearing dark-coloured shoes, blue jeans, possibly a plaid jacket, and was carrying a backpack. The video shows that the suspect’s clothing caught on fire. It is believed they would have burned clothing and possibly sustained burns to their upper body.
A RACIST sign on the window of a Melbourne milk bar says “black” teens are banned from going inside because they “steal things”.
The appalling note was left on the window of the store on Burleigh Rd, in Melton, in Melbourne’s west, and was sent to radio station 3AW.
As well as the teenagers, “dogs” were also banned from entry.
Social media has lit up with outrage. One person said: “Apparently only black people steal in Melton. What a disgrace!” while another had a warning for the shop owners.
“F***en idiots you watch their shop will get robbed twice as much now.”
Victoria Police said on Twitter they were aware of the sign. A police spokeswoman told news.com.au: “Victoria Police does not support the language of the poster and deems the message as inappropriate.”
A man robbed a woman at knifepoint in a lift before patting her on the back and sending her on her way. Disturbing CCTV footage shows the woman getting into the lift in a block of flats in Moscow, closely followed by the man in a black leather jacket. She appears to ask him which floor he needs, before pressing a button for the lift doors to close. He then pulls out a knife and holds it to her, as she rummages in her bags. She does not put up any resistance, calmly taking out the purse and handing over the cash. In strange scenes, the man then appears to continue a conversation with her and pat her on the shoulder as she leaves the lift. The man then presses the bottom floor button again and travels back down, counting his stolen haul of 3,000 RUB (£42). Based on the CCTV images, police managed to track down the culprit, a 38-year-old man whose name has not been disclosed. He was reportedly visiting the Russian capital for a short period. It is not known if the woman got her money back. Social media users have expressed both outrage at the robbing of an old woman and surprise at her calmness. One user wrote: 'Unbelievable how this guy acts. How dare he rob a woman who barely has any income to survive.' Another said: 'This woman is unbelievable. She stayed so calm, I wonder if she even told her family about the incident. Poor thing, I hope this stressful moment did not affect her health.'
Pasco County Sheriff's deputies are looking for two men, one wearing a clown mask and the other wearing what appears to be a werewolf mask, who robbed a 7-Eleven in Wesley Chapel, Florida on the morning of April 13, 2017. Please call (727) 847-5878 if you have any information about this incident.
Terrifying security camera footage has emerged from China of a driver reversing a car off a bridge. In the clip, which was filmed in Anyue county, southwest China's Sichuan Province on April 12, a man guides the driver as she attempts to reverse out of a parking space. She loses control of the vehicle, which picks up speed and smashes into the guardrail and right off the bridge. Both the driver and passenger were taken to hospital with injuries which were not life-threatening, according to local media. The driver had only just passed her test and pressed the accelerator instead of the brake, according to local media. (Source: AP)
OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma City police released a surveillance video taken during an armed robbery at the Auto Zone at 1328 Northwest 23rd Street. The same people are believed to have also robbed the Auto Zone at 6444 NW Expressway.
BALTIMORE– According to a group representing Baltimore EMS workers, there have been at least 13 attacks and assaults in the past two years. The Baltimore City Fire Union says paramedics are being attacked at an alarming rate. In one recent incident, security footage from outside a Baltimore hospital shows two female medics being attacked by a naked man as they attempted to reload their ambulance. At one point one of the women was knocked to the ground. Attacks range in severity, in one instance, a medic was held at gunpoint. Because medical first responders arrive at crime scenes, sometimes even before police, city first responders are asking for basic safety gear and safety training for personnel. Union President Rick Hoffman says it’s also why medics need protective gear now more than ever. “Our medics our on the streets of Baltimore 24-7 they hardly get a break at all and once in a while they encounter instances where I think they need to have proper protection,” he said. Specifically, protective vests or self-defense training. He says the push for protection is nothing new, this latest effort is also in no way meant to demonize Charm City. Baltimore City Councilman Brandon Scott has pushed for protections before, he says he’ll do it again. “Why wouldn’t they be afforded that basic level of protection?” he said. Mayor Catherine Pugh says she’s seen no evidence to indicate an increase on attacks on medics. “We know that they come to do their jobs and we’re very supportive of that,” she said. She also noted there are protocols designed to keep medics from putting themselves in harm’s way. “Unless it is safe, you don’t interact.” Hoffman says while that’s generally the idea, there are times when time doesn’t allow to make those distinctions. “I just don’t want our people hurt that’s the bottom line,” Hoffman said. He says the cost of protective vests are estimated to be around $95,000. They mayor also says she is in the midst of negotiations with fire officials. Union officials fear, by the time it may be too late. Baltimore is home to one of the country’s busiest EMS divisions responding to more than 150,000 calls a year.
Redding Police have released surveillance video showing a senior citizen attempt to hijack a vehicle at gunpoint. The driver reverses away, leaving the elderly man empty handing. Police are now asking for the public's assistance in identifying the suspect.
Video footage has caught the moment a woman in China used herself as a shield to protect a pensioner who had lost her footing on an escalator. The incident took place on April 4 in Bengbu, China's Anhui province. In the video, the elderly woman can be seen losing her footing and falling as a woman rushes up the escalator to stop her from being severely hurt.
Shocking video footage captures the moment a 15-year-old boy is battered by thugs during a brutal hammer attack. The teen was chased out of the Bullring in Birmingham city centre by a gang of 15 youths, before two members of the gang subjected him to a vicious attack which left him with a fractured skull. The assault was caught on CCTV and a clip shows one of the thugs smashing his victim around the face with the hammer and then punching and kicking him on the ground while his friend joins in. The youth is then seen casually stuffing his weapon down his trousers before he and his accomplice flee the scene. The victim, who hasn’t been named, was taken to hospital where he was treated for his injuries. He is expected to make a full recovery. West Midlands Police are now hunting the men responsible for the horrific attack at around 6pm on February 6. Anyone with information regarding the attack is asked to call police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
A carer who stole money, jewellery and war medals from her vulnerable patients to feed her gambling habit was foiled by a police spy camera that was set up in one of her victim's homes. Desperate Sonia Maisonave, 51, plundered elderly and seriously ill people she was supposed to look after for, a court heard. Maisonave, employed by Manorcourt Care, was arrested after she was caught red-handed stealing £70 from an envelope containing marked banknotes. Officers who searched a bedroom cupboard at her house seized a huge stash of jewellery, coins, medals and an iPad. Maisonave, of Lowestoft, Suffolk, admitted six offences of theft between September 2011 and June 2016 and was jailed for 20 months at Ipswich Crown Court. Judge Rupert Overbury told the evil thief as he locked her up: 'As a carer for elderly and infirm people you were in a significant position of trust. 'People relied on you to go into their homes and carry out your job honestly and you didn't.' The judge said her vulnerable victims, who still lived in their own homes, were suffering from a range of serious illnesses, including cancer, Alzheimer's and osteoporosis.
STAFFORD COUNTY, Va. – A Virginia family is grateful and breathing a sigh of relief now that their escape artist pooch is safe at home after breaking out of an animal hospital. While they were on vacation, they learned their 10-year-old dog was missing – and the big escape was caught on camera. Early Monday morning, General, a Great Pyrenees, managed to get out of his room at the kennel, but that was just the start of his escape. Surveillance video shows General navigating several doors inside the facility.
Occurred at 927 Columbus Ave, Manhattan, NY on April 11th, 2017 around 2:15 PM. A man wearing blue shorts and a black T-shirt fired two shots toward a barber shop in an attempt to shoot a 12-year-old boy. He missed with both shots. Witnesses heard the gunman as the boy, "Are you from Douglass?" Referring to the nearby public housing project called Frederick Douglass Houses. When the victim answered "Yes", the gunman opened fire. The shooter is described to be about 5 feet 9 inches tall. He was last seen wearing a black shirt and blue shorts.
This horrifying footage shows the moment a car edged perilously close to a moving train and was smashed to pieces - sending the driver flying into a lamppost. The bizarre incident saw the vehicle slowly creeping through a closed barrier at a level crossing before bumping into the speeding locomotive. The early-morning collision immediately sent the car into a dangerous spin which ended with it hitting a lamppost and smashing to pieces. The tremendous force of the impact threw the driver from the window at Khuan Niang station in Thailand leaving him injured. CCTV footage of the incident has sparked questions about why the car hit the train, which was travelling from the capital Bangkok to Hat Yai - a city in the country's far south. Most collisions between vehicles and trains involve drivers ignoring barriers, flashing lights and other warnings before the locomotive arrives. But this time it was already heading past at full speed when the car struck. The barrier is said to have been working completely normally before the incident. Nobody except the driver was injured but the car has been written off with serious damage also caused to the train carriage. It was part of new rolling stock recently introduced to the line. The footage has been viewed across the globe after it was uploaded to a page for train enthusiasts on Facebook.
The Chicago PD has released footage of a woman apparently attacking a CVS worker with a knife just before she was shot dead by police. Cops shot Michelle Robey, 55, in North Center on the night of February 10, while she was acting erratically and dangerously inside and outside the drug store. But Robey's sister says that there was no need for police to shoot the woman down, and is now suing them for using excessive force. The footage released by the police is taken from multiple cameras and only shows the events before and after her shooting - not the death itself. Camera in CVS show Robey throwing something at a cashier and shouting, before walking around shelves and knocking products onto the floor. A worker attempts to block the exit with shopping carts, but Robey then approaches with what appears to be a knife and swings it at the woman's head. The worker is able to fend her off and does not appear to be harmed. Robey then exits the store. The two other videos, each taken from a passing bus, show two officers stood over Robey's body, a little down the street from the CVS. Police say that Robey had been ranting in the bus stop outside the CVS when they were called at 5.45pm, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. Officers say that she brandished the knife at them when they approached her, and that they attempted to stop her with a Taser twice, but it had no effect. She was shot by both police after she lunged at one of them with a knife, they said. Robey, who had a master's degree in psychology had raised her now-20-year-old son in Elgin, around 40 miles from Chicago, until around 2011, the Daily Herald reported. While living there she worked in homeless shelters and hospitals, and was given the Elgin Image Award in 2008 for her services to the city. 'She was very generous and always had big ideas,' said Gail Cohen, who - as Elgin's human resources director - nominated Robey for the award. 'She wanted to solve world hunger.' But in 2009 Robey began to show signs of mental illness, something that plagued her up until her death. She had three encounters with Chicago police in January and was hospitalized and released each time. Her most recent diagnosis was 'bipolar with schizoaffective disorder.' On March 28, Robey's sister, Anastasia, filed a suit in the US district court saying that the two officers, who were not named, violated her civil rights when they killed her. Their actions were 'objectively unreasonable under the circumstances,' the suit contends. It demands unspecified damages from the officers for excessive force, battery and wrongful death.
Diners who went for a birthday curry that ended in a restaurant brawl have now been served with a £52,000 bill. Dubbed in court as the Battle of Vindaloo, the meal descended into violence when a 'rowdy' party of 22 men were said to have clashed with staff at the Shozna Indian restaurant in Rochester, Kent. Punches and kicks were allegedly dished out by the diners while waiters, the chef and kitchen workers armed themselves with pots, pans and a broom to chase the group out. The fight was captured on CCTV and owner Jamal Ahmed described the footage as resembling a wild west movie, with startled customers leaping from their seats to avoid the trouble. Jamie Pettett, who was celebrating his 31st Birthday, his father, David, and younger brother Tom, were all charged with affray but were cleared in court on Tuesday, claiming self-defence. However, it emerged in court that owner Mr Ahmed plans to serve them with a claim for £52,100 whether they are convicted or not, and civil cases have a lower burden of proof. Trouble allegedly flared as Jamie Pettett was celebrating his 31st birthday with his father, David, younger brother Tom, and friends on July 31 2015. However during their trial at Maidstone Crown Court in Kent it was revealed that Shozna owner Mr Ahmed plans to serve them with a civil claim for compensation for an eye-watering £52,100 whether convicted or not. The restaurant in Maidstone Road was forced to close for the evening after the brawl, resulting in a loss of takings between £2,500 and £3,000. However, 44-year-old Mr Ahmed told the court damage was caused to chairs, tables, glasses, hot plates, picture frames, a window and carpet. The curry house boss also said walls needed repainting and he had to fork out £18,000 for an advertising package to 'restore the reputation' of his family-friendly eatery, which went on to win a top curry award three months later. But he denied during cross-examination by David Pettett's legal team that he had 'over-egged the pudding' and was simply after money. The trial heard the men had only been served their first drinks and poppadoms when they decided to leave, having accused staff of being rude and abrupt and 'throwing' bowls of curry onto their table. As the party was being ushered out of the packed restaurant, where diners included five off-duty police officers and several children, it was alleged Mr Ahmed was punched, kicked and thrown to the floor. His brother Jalal and chef Mohammed Hossain were also caught up in the melee. Self-employed roofer David Pettett, 56, Jamie Pettett, now 32, and Tom Pettett, 26, all from Chatham, Kent, denied affray and claimed they were either acting in self-defence or defence of their father. Mr Ahmed told the court he operated a no stag party or large groups of men policy but allowed the mixed-age party into his restaurant as it was early evening and they were smartly dressed. However, he said the group became boisterous and were twice spoken to before Jamie Pettett allegedly branded him 'arsey' and declared they were leaving. Mr Ahmed said he told them they did not have to pay their bill and was showing them to the door when a scrum developed and David Pettett tried to punch him several times. The restaurant owner also claimed he was kicked before being grabbed around his neck and thrown to the floor. His brother and his chef also ended up on the floor, with heavy steel hot plates being sent flying from a shelf. He said he suffered a black eye and bruising to his shoulder and back, as well as 'mental torture' from the incident. Mr Ahmed denied arming himself with any utensil during the scuffle. Prosecutor James Ross said at the start of the trial that what began as a verbal argument with 'finger pointing and dissatisfied gestures' at staff soon became a physical tussle. 'It was a moving scrum, a melee of people pushing, shoving and jostling. It involved more than the three people in the dock, it involved lots of people. 'A full grown, fully developed bit of argy-bargy developed and the three defendants joined in for no good reason.' Several of the birthday party also sustained injuries, including David Pettett who told the court he was struck to his right eye with a poppadom platter and hit with a hot plate. Another needed stitches to his head. Giving evidence, the father of three sons said his group were not 'over-boisterous' but the atmosphere in the Shozna changed as food was being served and curry was splattered over people's clothing. His group decided to leave but Pettett said an aggressive Mr Ahmed blocked his path and threatened to slit his throat. 'I leant forward and said 'Pardon?' and he said it again. As I moved forward an arm came up - I don't know whose arm it was - with a silver platter and smacked me in the right eye. I think it was a poppadom tray. 'My reaction was one more of shock than anything. I went to grab hold of him and my son had my other arm and pulled me back. It was like a melee and with the big surge everyone just got pushed in. 'Diners were being attacked with all sorts - hot plates, pots, pans, everything. They (the staff) just wanted to start hitting.' Pettett denied attacking anyone in the fracas and told the court he declined a solicitor following his arrest as he had 'done nothing wrong'. The Shozna was named the South East's Best South Asian Restaurant of the Year at the Asian Curry Awards, which were presented at the Hilton hotel in Park Lane, London, in November 2015.
A vicious road rage case, caught on a surveillance video in Elyria, Ohio on Monday shows three teenage boys riding their bikes down a residential street when a van drives into them. One of the boys, seemingly being chased by a driver of a blue Dodge Caravan, jumps off of his bike, only to be hit by the van and followed onto a nearby home's front lawn. 'His knuckles made contact with the van, they were actually cut,' Elyria Police Captain Chris Costantino said, according to Fox47 News. His friend ran to help, saying something to the driver, before the van hit him too. According to police, the driver ran over his foot. The youngest of the three, just 14 years old, stood behind a parked car just a little further along on 9th street and managed to hide from the aggressive driver. The three boys told police that the driver was shouting at them from his car's window throughout the ordeal. 'He made reference to the fact he would run over the other ones too,' Captain Costantino said. The driver is described as a 'heavyset middle-aged man'. 'Obviously this is a person that we want to find and take into custody quickly before he harms someone else,' Captain Costantino said. 'I think that this person probably lives in this general area, so I hope someone will come forward quickly with information so we can get him identified, or maybe he'll turn himself in once this gets out.' According to Elyria police, the driver could be looking at a felonious assault charge.
Video shows Raylon Browning clench the fingers of one hand into a fist and punch a fellow inmate four times in the face.
Surveillance footage captured the moment two trucks hit a wall and blocked the way in a section of tunnel on the Huyu Highway between Chongqing and Shanghai. A man got out of his sedan car after seeing the pile-up ahead, to try and warn other drivers in the tunnel.
The Choctaw Police Department has released video of a man stealing money that was meant to benefit sick children.
A 65-year-old grandfather was twice assaulted overnight in north-west Sydney as he walked home from the Royal Easter Show. Norman Lewis says he was first assaulted by the train station by a man and a woman, reported 7 News. He headed to the police station to file a report, but just minutes after he left, at about 9pm, a group of six set upon him on Garfield Road East in Riverstone. Police say Mr Lewis was punched and kicked repeatedly and video shows him being hit with a walking stick or crutch, carried by one of his attackers. During the assault, he received a large gash to his forehead, as well as a cut lip and swelling. Mr Lewis says he was beaten over the head with the metal crutch, and he has also suffered broken ribs. 'Scumbags I suppose,' he said about his attackers. 'But they're only young. I don't know if they were on ice or just drunk... I don't know.' CCTV footage appears to show Mr Lewis being held still by members of the group at various points during the ordeal as he is beaten repeatedly. 'I thought I was in a bit of trouble - especially when that fella hit me over the head with a crutch or walking stick,' he said. He was taken to Riverstone Police Station and helped by officers until an ambulance came to pick him up. Mr Lewis was then taken to Westmead Hospital for further tests. A spokesperson for the hospital told Daily Mail Australia he arrived in a stable condition, was held overnight for observation and was discharged mid-morning on Wednesday. Police are appealing for witnesses to the assault, and urge anyone with information to contact Riverstone Police Station or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Terrifying footage of a shopkeeper being robbed at knifepoint has been released as police hunt the suspect. A member of staff was threatened with a huge kitchen knife as the robber emptied the tills of Costcutter in Kirkdale, Lewisham. CCTV footage shows the robber stuffing notes into a bag at two tills before fleeing. In the chilling footage, the victim appears visibly shocked and scared as he holds back while opening tills for the robber. The Metropolitan Police have appealed for information about the robbery on March 18. A spokesman said: 'While a staff member was working in the store in the early hours, the suspect entered the store and approached them with a large kitchen knife. 'The suspect pointed the blade at the 33-year-old victim and demanded money from the tills. 'The victim opened the tills before the suspect took £600 out of the tills.' Police described the suspect as a slim black man, in his late 20s and 6ft 2in tall. He was wearing a black hooded top with white writing on the front and back, dark blue jeans, black steel toe-capped boots and black gloves. Detective Constable Sacha Snell, from Lewisham CID, said: 'We are keen to identify the man in the CCTV footage so we can speak to him about the incident. 'We would also urge anyone who witnessed the incident or saw a man running away to contact us.' No arrests have been made and anyone with information can contact local police by dialling 101.
A woman in China was caught on camera trying to snatch a two-year-old child from its pram. The woman walked up to the mother and child and started trying to remove it from the pushchair before getting into a fight with the parent on April 9 in Chengdu, reports the People's Daily Online. A large group of people came to the mother's aid and can be seen towards the end of the footage, beating the attempted child snatcher. According to reports, the woman named Liu Moumou is thought to be schizophrenic. In the footage, the woman can be seen approaching the woman and the pushchair. All of a sudden she tries to pull the child out of the pram. The child snatcher and the woman fight for some time as the mother tries to get control of her baby. After some time the child snatcher runs away. The footage then cuts to the woman lying on the floor as a mob of angry locals beat her. Police obtained the consent of Liu's family and sent her to the Fourth People's Hospital of Chengdu where she is currently receiving treatment for Schizophrenia. Liu's husband spoke with the child's family and apologised for the incident and according to reports, they have reached an understanding.
A man was brutally beaten and slashed with a machete by a gang of thugs in a terrifying attack outside a pub. The 22-year-old victim was kicked to the ground after being ambushed by the crew in the doorway of the Old Crown Pub in Halesowen, West Midlands, at around 1.15am on March 25. He suffered multiple injuries during the savage assault and had to receive hospital treatment. West Midlands Police believe that the victim was deliberately targeted and are now hunting six men in relation to the attack. The incident was caught on the pub's CCTV and shocking 23-second footage, shows the victim running out of the pub in an attempt to flee the scene. A group of tracksuit-wearing thugs quickly arrive and kick and hit him before wielding their knives and slashing at his body. A police spokesman said: 'This kind of violence will not be tolerated. 'We strongly believe that someone knows who did this and that someone will have information that could prove vital to our investigation.'
Sewer hole explodes after lit cigarette thrown in
Hilarious CCTV footage captures the moment a man stares in confusion as his table shatters for no apparent reason
This shocking CCTV footage shows a man collapsing in Huddersfield town centre after being confronted and stabbed by a gang of youths. The grainy footage from a nearby premises shows a group of teenagers congregating outside Dixy Chicken in Cross Church Street shortly before 8pm on Saturday, March 18. During the incident the victim, a 27-year-old man, was stabbed in the arm. ad been drinking in Revolution Bar and left the bar before being attacked by a group of youths. Police initially told the Examiner the fight started in the bar and ‘spilled outside’ but the footage shows the altercation appears to have started on Cross Church Street outside Dixy Chicken. The footage shows the victim leave the bar and go into Dixy Chicken. After he leaves the takeaway he becomes involved in an altercation with a gang of youths.Others appear to join the group, at which point the altercation escalates. The CCTV shows the victim was chased down the street towards the church and back down the other side of the road towards Revolution. Witnesses told he victim was given first-aid at the scene when he collapsed to the floor. Police confirmed enquiries are ongoing.
Zephyrhills, FL, 9 April, 2017 - Just after 2 a.m. Sunday, a blue Toyota Tundra barreled through the front of “Sunshine State Armory” on Gall Boulevard in Zephyrhills. As the driver backs out, three men wearing hoodies dash in. They load up on guns and ammo. One man runs out with an armful of long guns. Zephyrhills Police are trying to see if this case is tied to similar crimes across the Tampa Bay area. ”We don’t know that. Certainly does seem to fit the M.O. to several of those,” said Capt. Derek Brewer. Like a smash and grab in Inverness, and another one in Tampa, and yet another heist in Lakeland. Captain Brewer would like stores to make it tougher for crooks to get in. “We don’t want them on the street. It’s a public safety concern. It’s a concern for us. So yeah, it’s a concern all around,” he said. At Sunshine State Armory, the front of the store is covered with plywood. Glass shards are still in the parking lot. We noticed people inside, going over paperwork. In the small parking lot, it’s a wonder they mustered up the speed to crash through. People who live nearby are worried. “They’re smashing and grabbing guns. What are the gonna do with the guns? And where are they gonna do it?” asked Sandie Mcilwaine. “That’s crazy. It’s crazy,” said Christian Texeira. “I can’t believe that happened like right where we usually go to eat. You never think it’s gonna happen,” said Liberty Hagan. The thieves ditched the stolen truck along some railroad tracks and set it on fire.
A man was exiting his pickup truck in British Columbia when all of a sudden, a deer bowled him over.
Watch the shocking moment caught on CCTV that a little boy falls through the gap between a train and the platform at a Sydney station