A heroic driver stopped a coach safely after being hit twice by a falling rock while driving down a motorway in China.
Security camera footage, shot in Zhaotong City in southwestern Yunnan Province on August 16, shows a large rock smash through the front windscreen and strike driver Zhao Shuang twice.
Fearing further rockfalls, Zhao manages to bear the pain and steers his 14 passengers to the safety of a service area.
Zhao was treated in hospital for injuries to his ribs, lungs and scalp, according to local media.
He was said to be making a good recovery.
A man has been jailed after stabbing an innocent bystander outside a hospital before ransacking the A&E waiting room, forcing terrified staff and patients to flee.
Knife-wielding Yusuf Aka was confronted by a brave female nurse in the waiting area of Leicester Royal Infirmary as she bought time for a person in a wheelchair to escape.
Moments earlier chilling CCTV showed Aka, 22, calmly walking towards two men, stabbing one in a blow aimed at the victim's upper body at 2am on January 16, Nottinghamshire Police said.
Afterwards, he walked through the sliding doors into the packed waiting room and started ripping reception computer terminals out of their power sockets and hurling them around the room.
A nude man leapt from bed in the middle of the night to tackle a teen who tried to steal his £10,000 Range Rover.
Stephen Cullen, 29, boasted "I'm the Naked Ninja" as he spoke about flooring the youngster outside his home in Newcastle at around 11.30pm on Tuesday.
Hilarious CCTV shows Stephen running to his front gate as the car's lights flash and its alarm sounds before he bundles the 17-year-old to the ground.
"The guy realised I was naked," Stephen told the Sun. "He didn’t know where to put his hands."
Stephen and girlfriend Nicola Baldwin, 33, were in bed watching TV when he heard his alarm prompting him to spring into action.
It's not just the government of South Africa that is corrupt, the police forces equally as corrupt. Watch as the South African police literally rob someone that they claimed was a suspect in a crime.
A Greenville man was sentenced to 11 years in prison after pleading guilty to repeatedly stomping on another man while housed in the Greenville County jail.
Bobby Joe Reid Jr., 49, pleaded guilty Tuesday to assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature. He was sentenced to 11 years in prison by Judge Donald Hocker, according to online court records.
Prosecutors said Reid was housed at the Greenville County Detention Center on Jan. 2, 2017, when he assaulted a man there by punching then stomping on him repeatedly, according to a statement from the 13th Circuit Solicitor's Office.
The victim suffered severe injuries as a result, according to the statement. The assault was captured on surveillance and was investigated by the detention center.
Reid was arrested on Jan. 10, 2017 and initially charged with attempted murder, according to online court records.
A clubber could face up to eight years behind bars after being caught on camera knocking out four men in a fight.
The footage shows him having an Incredible Hulk moment, aiming powerful punches at rivals after losing his cool.
One opponent is seen knocked out cold at the man's feet as he continues to brawl.
The fight broke out at 5am in a venue in Russia, local website Pro Tambov reports.
It is thought to have been sparked when someone walked into the 35-year-old man on the dancefloor.
Gut-wrenching video has emerged online from what appears to be a 2017 shooting in Chicago.
Two men were killed in the shooting at the GoLo gas station at 51st and Indiana Avenue on the South Side.
According to local media reports, the victims were stuck in the entry way of the store with no exit because the doors are locked at night for safety reasons.
A 15-year-old teenager was shot while attempting to assault a 22-year-old military police officer in the Inconfidentes neighborhood in Contagem, Metropolitan Region of Belo Horizonte.
The prosecution says model Hivo Gonzalez, 32, got into an argument with a beggar named Pedro Cruz. Surveillance video shows that after the two exchanged words, Gonzalez returned to the cab of his truck, retrieved a heavy bat and chased the panhandler down, striking and killing him.
This is the dramatic moment a drugs gang are busted as officials uncover half a tonne of 'Superman logo' cocaine worth £41million among dirty clothes in their suitcases.
The four men, including British brothers Stephen and Martin Neil, were arrested in January after attempting to smuggle the Class A drug into the UK at Farnborough Airport in Hampshire.
A video shows border officials opening up the 15 items of luggage in a side room in which they found some 513 blocks of cocaine with a purity of around 79%.
It was celebrated as one of the largest busts of its kind.
The blocks had a total weight was about 500kg and were labelled with a 'Superman' logo, thought to be linked to a major Colombian cartel.
Footage shows men being handcuffed as they were stopped at the airport after flying in from Bogota in January.
A terrified woman screamed "I think I'm gonna die" as a man dragged her into a car in an apparent gunpoint kidnapping - but police have no idea who she is.
There are fears the woman may have been harmed, as detectives don't know what happened to her after she was bundled into the vehicle late at night in York Region, Ontario, Canada.
Police have released terrifying footage from a doorbell camera which shows the hooded woman trying to get help at a home as the man pursues her.
He grabs her by the hair with one hand - while holding what appears to be a gun in the other - and tells her: "Get in the f***ing car. I'm gonna kill you."
Here's yet another dose of that cultural enrichment that liberals continue to discuss when trying to brainwash Europeans into welcoming the illegal immigrants that are destroying their cities.
Terrifying footage shows a man armed with a huge machete as he sprinted through the streets of central Manchester.
Armed police were called to the area at around 1.30pm on Monday after reports of an armed man with a blade, MEN reports.
The footage was provided to the newspaper by a local business owner - who claimed crime in the city's Chinatown is ‘out of control’.
GMP said officers carried out searches and an 18-year-old man was later arrested.
Facebook commenters suspect something to do with the tail boom was the cause of the unplanned take-off.
That day, a dispute broke out between Gauthier, 36, and a couple whose wife was five months pregnant. For some unknown reason, the verbal altercation had degenerated and the insults began to explode on all sides.
The pregnant woman and her partner Yan Lafrenière then took refuge in a convenience store, but Gauthier also went there.
That's when they came to the shot. Extreme Violence In a surveillance of a rare violence, we can see Gauthier grab the woman, then a customer intervenes to try to separate them.
The woman's spouse, a little behind, seized a hammer that was lying on a counter and savagely attacked the attacker. In all, Lafrenière gave Gauthier at least 16 hammers, many of them directly to the head, under the terrified gaze of customers. Both Lafrenière and Gauthier have been charged with assault in this story.
Lafrenière was sentenced to two years incarceration a few months ago, but given the pre-trial detention, he is already free. The following images are very violent.
They could shock some people. We prefer to warn you. Acquitté Gauthier, meanwhile, was to stand trial Tuesday at the Montreal courthouse for the attack on the pregnant woman.
But he instead pleaded guilty to illegal possession of an American fist. He escaped with a $ 150 fine, while the charge of assault was withdrawn.
His attacker, who was present at the courthouse, did not seem to have any remorse, however. "I hope he [Gauthier] thinks twice about attacking a pregnant woman," Lafrenière told the Journal.
The woman assaulted for her part said to be "a little anxious" in the face of this denouement, and hope never meet Gauthier again.
After a suspected porch pirate was caught by a Florida homeowner’s camera taking two boxes, the alleged thief returned one of the packages with an apology.
The homeowners, who live in Kissimmee outside Orlando, said they found the package with a handwritten note last week. “I know no apologies could make up for what I did,” the letter said. “I did not go to your house with the intentions to steal. I have never done anything like this in my life, I come from a good family and good morals.”
Homerville, GA - We're getting our first look at surveillance video of an explosion at a coffee shop in Homerville last week that sent three people to the hospital. The video was released Monday by the Office of Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner.
The explosion happened at 11:15 a.m. Friday at the Coffee Corner, located at 112 East Dame Avenue in the downtown area.
Three people who were inside the building at the time were airlifted to the hospital with serious injuries.
Officials with Office of Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner have confirmed that the explosion was caused by natural gas.
No other information at the moment
This is the shocking moment a machete-wielding thug is mowed down by a car before being abandoned by his accomplices on the side of the road.
The man in his 20s sustained serious head injuries after being thrown into the air and flung 50ft along the pavement in broad daylight.
West Midlands Police is appealing for information about the incident which happened in Erdington, Birmingham, at around 1.30pm last Friday.
Footage filmed on a home CCTV camera shows a man in a black tracksuit sprinting along the road, apparently pursued by three masked men in black wielding machetes and bats.
In the early morning of August 19, a serious traffic accident occurred. A small car lost control and slammed into the flower base, and then hit a motorcycle on the side of the road.
A woman was hit by dozens of meters and eventually the car broke through the iron. The door stopped and the woman was taken to the doctor. At present, the cause of the accident and the injury of the person are yet to be officially announced.
Two girls in China have been saved after falling into a deep hole together while wading through floodwaters.
One girl was carrying the other as the pair carefully made their way through a flooded construction site in Shangqiu city, Henan Province, on Saturday.
The city was battered by heavy downpours brought by Typhoon Rumbia during the weekend.
The dog-bite injuries were so severe the victim needed surgery, and may need several more, according to Colorado authorities.
Workers at the restaurant and the bite victim’s boyfriend helped her, police said. But after briefly looking at the victim’s face, the woman who appears to own the dog leaves the restaurant patio with her dog,
A woman about to enter a gas station with a purse containing $75,000 in cash appears to be blindsided by two suspects going after her belongings, setting off a graphic chain of events.
On Friday, the Harris County Precinct 4 Constable's office released video of the victim struggling with the suspects over her purse before she was run over by a suspect's backing car.
This took place earlier in the day at about 10 a.m. at the Valero on Cypress North Houston at Highway 290.
According to the constable's office, a deputy noticed the scuffle between the suspect, the woman and another man who appeared to be trying to save the victim. At that point, a car backs into the woman and the suspects make off with the purse.
Before the incident, Constable Mark Hermann's office says the suspects followed the woman from a bank on F.M. 1960, where she made a large withdrawal.
It is believed that the woman is a co-owner of the Valero store.
The deputy chased the suspects and arrested one of them. The constable's office is looking for additional suspects and another car that was involved in the scuffle.
The victim was taken to the hospital in critical condition.
The moment the driver of a stolen car crashed through barriers on the M6 Toll in a high speed police chase has been caught on CCTV .
Mandeep Barhey reached speeds of 155mph in the stolen Audi A5 as he tried to avoid being caught by traffic police.
The 30-year-old, from Rugby in Warwickshire, ploughed through the toll barrier at 80mph as he tried to escape, but was caught later after crashing the car.
The Coventry Telegraph reported that officers from the Central Motorway Police Group spotted Barhey in the stolen car near junction 13 of the M6 on October 10 last year. The car had been stolen from a driveway in Leicestershire on August 23.
This is the heartstopping moment a dog owner realises his pet has fallen into a pool before jumping in to save her. Bernard Williams was on his daily jog around his pool at home in Bakersfield, California, on August 14 with his beloved French bulldogs Lola and Adela.
A bus driver suddenly felt sick whilst driving on the highway in Fuzhou City, east China's Fujian Province on August 13. Considering 12 passengers on the bus, the driver endured the sickness and drove the bus out of the expressway. However, the driver died soon after stopping the bus. The cause of his death is unknown.
A 10-year-old boy in China has died in hospital after being hit by a falling flowerpot yesterday as he walked home from school.
It is reported that the plant pot fell from an empty flat on the fourth floor when a corner of the balcony collapsed.
The boy was rushed to hospital and attempts were made for nine hours to save him before he died in the early morning today.
On Aug. 11 around 3:30 p.m., police were called to a home on Stone Rd., in the area of Bayview Ave. and Wellington Rd.
A 47-year-old woman was mowing her front lawn when she was approached from behind by a man. He pulled down his shorts, grabbed the woman and proceeded to pull the woman against him.
When the woman turned to confront him, he fled on foot. The incident was captured on surveillance video.
A cop was injured when he was run over while chasing a suspect - by his OWN van.
The officer had to have hospital treatment for leg injuries after the accident in Manchester.
Footage shows the van pulling up at a junction, where the cop jumps out and starts to pursue a man standing on the pavement.
The Greater Manchester Police van follows, and the officer on foot is hit, the Manchester Evening News reports.
Detectives said it showed how officers ‘put themselves in difficult situations to keep our streets safe on a daily basis’.