A person was seen on surveillance video shooting several times at a border wall near San Luis after illegally crossing into the U.S. from Mexico, U.S.
Customs and Border Protection said.
Early Thursday morning, camera operators saw five people standing at the border after they illegally crossed into the U.S. through the dry Colorado riverbed, CBP said.
One of the people was seen shooting several times toward the secondary border wall west of San Luis.
Officials said a truck arrived from Mexico and drove all five people back into Mexico before border agents could respond.
This is the heart-stopping moment a quick-witted mum saves her son from falling off a fourth-floor balcony with her incredible reflexes.
CCTV footage from a reception area at a construction company 'Monserrate' shows the mother and her toddler son walking out of an elevator along, with a delivery man.
As the mum waits for someone to open a door, the curious toddler can be seen walking over to the railings of the staircase and appears to put his hands on what he thinks is a panel of glass.
He then crouches down and leans forward, only to realise that the railing is completely empty.
A woman suspicious about her elderly father's care was shocked to discover he was violently being abused after she installed a hidden camera in his ward.
Noleen Hausler filmed the shocking abuse in September 2015 at Mitcham Residential Care Facility, which is operated by Japara Healthcare, in Adelaide, South Australia.
Footage showed carer Corey Lucas force-feeding her father Clarence, grabbing his arms and covering his airways with a napkin while aggressively twisting his nose.
She handed the video to the police and Lucas was later jailed over the aggravated assault.
Ms Hausler, who is a nurse, shared her late father's story as part of a case study at the aged care royal commission yesterday.
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This is the tragic moment a 12-year-old boy fell 50-ft to his death from an escalator at a shopping complex in the east Indian state of Jharkhand.
Police have released the video in hopes of catching the suspect
Horrific moment a gang of children as young as ELEVEN storm into a supermarket and attack staff before making off with cigarettes and a charity box.
A schoolgirl has made a miracle recovery after being mown down by a hit-and-run driver in Wales.
A woman who has suffered targeted harassment attacks from a masked attacker, including her car being set on fire, has said she is now afraid to go outside alone.
Lisa-Marie Wall, 24, has also had bricks thrown through her living room window and through the windscreens of cars belonging to family members, Wales Online reports.
Last week, Lisa woke up in the middle of the night to find her car was on fire. CCTV footage showed a masked individual pouring petrol on the pavement and into her car before lighting it and running away.
She has now had a special letter box installed to prevent burning objects being posted through her door but says she is living in fear of further attacks.
A mum allegedly ran over and killed her three-year-old son while playing a game of chicken with him near the family home.
Lexus Stagg, 26, was caught on CCTV cameras appearing to drive a two-and-a-half tonne 4x4 vehicle towards her three young children, has been charged with criminally negligent homicide.
Police say Stagg, from Houston, Texas, had claimed she had not seen the boy who 'ran behind her car as she backed out of her parking spot'.
Initially, officers had deemed the boy's death an "unfortunate accident" after Stagg told them she thought she had hit a speed bump.
But the security footage appears to show the mother reversing backwards as her three children run after the car.
The video then shows Stagg driving forwards again, as the children try to run away from the vehicle.
The shocking moment a P-plater driver drives into oncoming traffic before his car flips over in a busy Sydney suburb
A knife-wielding man who allegedly snuck past a sleeping six-year-old girl and hid in a bedroom before threatening her parents with the weapon is still at large - as police beg for help to track the suspect down.
Detectives claim the unidentified male suspect crept into a home in Munster, a southwestern suburb of Perth, after gaining entry through an unlocked door around 8.30pm on May 17.
CCTV footage captures the man, who is wearing a cap and a hoodie, scope out the outside of the property before entering through the door.
A family of five were on a night out celebrating an upcoming wedding when they were viciously assaulted by seven 'dangerous individuals'.
A CCTV video showing the attack — which happened at around 2.20am on Sunday, April 28 on Back South Parade in Manchester — has been released by detectives.
The victims, aged between 26 and 47, were attacked by the men, thought to be in their 20s, as they left Revolution Bar.
And two of the victims were left unconscious in the middle of the street by heavy blows to the head before the men ran away in the direction of King Street West.
This is the shocking moment a man launched a vicious attack on airport security staff at Phoenix Sky Harbor International on Tuesday morning.
Tyrese Garner, 19, rushed through a security checkpoint and threw a flurry of punches at the airport staff who tried to tackle him to the floor, before he was arrested and slapped with multiple criminal charges.
Surveillance footage shows the man running through a metal detector, knocking down one TSA agent and taking a swing at another, who ducks and tries to wrestle him to the floor.
An unarmed Black man was shot and killed by sheriff’s deputies in South Los Angeles and now his family is threatening to sue; and there has been outrage on social media — including emotional pleas from rapper The Game to the city’s mayor.
Witnesses report hearing over 30 shots fired. Speculation about the exact number of times Twyman was shot has surfaced in dozens of social media posts in the days since.
This barman's day went from bad to worse when he dropped one entire tray of drinks, and then fumbled the replacement beers too.
An evil carer has been jailed for eight months after she was secretly filmed abusing and slapping a 101-year-old dementia patient.
Ashikiah Reid, 36, from Erdington, Birmingham was caught on camera roughly cleaning the elderly woman's face with a flannel and slapping her hands and arms.
In the shocking video, the victim shouted out in pain as Reid man-handled her on August 2 and 4 last year.
Reid appeared to use excessive force on the woman and slapped her before pointing an angry finger in her face.
A street in Dajishan town was #flooded when a nearby river burst its banks on June 10, 2019, in Ganzhou city, east China's Jiangxi Province. Hearing a cry for help, Li Yijun rushed out and jumped into the water to save a child.
Fewer than two minutes later, Li saved another child who was being carried away in the water. With the help of policemen and other villagers, three #children were #rescued. Li said that he did "what anyone would do in an emergency."
Guy Plays With Gun And Nearly Shoots Friend Instructor Boots Them Out Of Facility
An innocent worker was brutally beaten by a drunken thug who tumbled into a shop stand after threatening him.
Boozed-up Scott Wilson fell into a display of Daz washing powder in the store on May 20 then picked up a metal pole and whacked shop assistant Mark Beveridge with it.
Mr Beveridge managed to wrestle the weapon from Wilson but was then battered by a series of brutal punches.
Wilson, a 30-year-old labourer, of Gateshead, had consumed 12 cans of Carling and a bottle of cider at the beach, Chronicle Live reports.
Newcastle Crown Court heard it was between 10.15 and 10.30pm on May 20 when Wilson went into the One Stop shop, in Sunderland.
He told Mr Beveridge and his colleague that he had been robbed of his keys, money and mobile phone and said he was not from the area and asked that they get him back to his home area.
Mr Beveridge tried to help by speaking to Wilson's friend on the phone, in an effort to explain where the shop was.
A teenager suffered horror injuries when an e-cigarette he was smoking exploded in his face.
The 17-year-old was left with a bloody mouth, broken teeth and a hole in his jaw after the explosion.
The boy then had to travel 250 miles from a small town in Nevada to a pediatric hospital in Utah with his mother.
There, doctors rushed him into surgery , working to reconstruct and repair shattered bone.
But the freak accident is just one of thousands in recent years, documented in a a new case study on e-cigarettes which have become increasingly popular in recent years.
A man was ambushed by three men and beaten so badly he was plunged into a coma.
Andy Thorne was walking towards the back of a van in Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire when a group of men rushed him.
CCTV footage of the attack shows a man in a blue hoody beating him repeatedly with a crowbar before bundling the 42-year-old into the back of the vehicle, Grimsby Live reported.
Two other men wearing rain jackets with their hoods up and faces partially obscured join the attack, first attempting to restrain the man on the floor of the van before dragging him onto the street.
This is the terrifying moment a man falls onto the tracks after attempting to board a moving train.
Rajesh Talwar miraculously survived the fall at Jharsuguda station in Sambalpur, Odisha, India on Tuesday.
CCTV footage shows Mr Talwar, who left the train to buy a cup of tea, approach the moving carriage.
Police are still looking for the thief after the incident caught on camera.
A man has survived after a window fell on him from a 19-storey flat while he was walking on a pavement in east China.
Horrifying footage of the incident on Monday shows the man walking next to a high-rise building in Heze, Shandong province when the large window landed on him and knocked him out.
Shocked residents immediately rushed to his aid and alerted emergency services. The victim is in stable condition following treatment, according to local reports citing police.
A primary school teacher in north China has been fired for physically abusing one of his students.
Shocking footage of the incident shows the male instructor violently dragging the fifth-grader out of his seat and throwing him to the ground after catching him talking in class at a school in Yangqu County, Shanxi province.
The boy sustained a deep cut above his left ear after hitting his head on a garbage bin, according to Chinese reports.
Chilling doorbell cam video shows woman scream 'No, please, no, no, no' as she is 'kidnapped'.
Horrified shoppers quickly jump up escalator after steps collapse beneath them in China. Two men can be seen quickly running up the staircase at a mall in China, after the stairs started breaking.
Family shares video of child almost drowning to help warn others of danger
Sickening moment a nightclub owner is repeatedly punched in the face as he lays prone on the ground after a random 'blitz' attack.
Police have released surveillance video of the moment a father appeared to shoplift and his four-year-old daughter walked out of a store with a doll, before they were held at gunpoint by officers.
Dravon Ames, 22, and Iesha Harper, 24, were held at gunpoint on May 27. They were followed home by Phoenix Police Department officers who believed they had shoplifted from a Family Dollar store.
Their four-year-old daughter had taken a $1 doll without their knowledge. Police released the surveillance video that shows the girl with the doll in her hands.
She shows it to a woman inside the store, but the adult is seen signaling for the girl to put the doll down before she walks outside.
After the woman walked out, the girl is seen waiting for two other adults before she walks out of the store with the doll in her hands.
Another clip from the video shows the girl's father, who has been identified as Ames, stealing a pair of underwear from a package, according to police. Ames is seen grabbing the package and appearing to open it while squatting in the store.