A shocking video has emerged of a 16-year-old special needs student getting badly hurt when her apparently unsecured wheelchair flips over during a school bus ride.
In the footage teenager Jonay Owens, who can't speak, is blind and suffers from cerebral palsy, is seen hitting her head on seats across the aisle from where she is sitting after the wheelchair tumbles over.
Shockingly, the surveillance video from the bus carrying the teenager home from school in Fulton County, in the US state of Georgia, appears to shows three minutes passed before either the bus monitor or driver came to check on her.
During this time Jonay's head remains pinned against an opposing seat.
Surveillance video released the Metropolitan Police shows a passer-by wrestling with an armed bank robber in Teddington, southwest London, on March 10, 2017. The man rushed the robber moments after he pulled a gun on the terrified bank staff. The robber escaped on foot. Metropolitan Police Department
Warren Police are continuing to investigate a crash that sent six people to the hospital. A pick-up truck plowed into a bus stop at 12 Mile and Van Dyke.
Warren Police confirm four women and two men were injured, all are in varying conditions, at multiple area hospitals.
Clarence Wilson witnessed the entire incident, he was also waiting for the bus, but because of the rain it was too crowded and he and another man went to a nearby awning.
"Hit the whole bus stop, the lady that was sitting on the front end seat, flew out of the glass and was right there on the ground,” said Wilson.
"There was four people smashed on top of each other right under the truck,” said Wilson.
Police aren’t sure why the man driving the pick-up crashed, but he is in custody.
"All we can tell from witness accounts is that he lost control, so we don’t know if it was a combination of weather speed, it could be any number of factors,” said Warren Deputy Police Commissioner, Matthew Nichols.
Christopher Loftin was working at the Subway right next to the bus stop. He said he couldn’t believe what the driver did after the crash.
"The guy who did all of this, walked into the Subway and used the bathroom and then walked out,” said Loftin.
"Calm and collected after he created a whole bunch of carnage that was terrible, I don't understand what kind of human being would be capable of doing something like that,” said Loftin.
FAYETTEVILLE, North Carolina -- The Fayetteville Police Department is trying to identify a woman seen in surveillance photos during a robbery.
The holdup happened Monday at a Sprint Store located at 7830 Good Middling Drive.
Police say the woman came in carrying a large military-style long gun and demanded cell phones from a clerk. She then fled in a dark blue Mazda.
The suspect had dark colored hair and was wearing a green tank top with black horizontal stripes, black pants, and black sneakers with a tattoo on her right shoulder blade.
Michael Ward, 20, drove along a road in Harrogate, Yorks., while friend William MacPherson, 28, held on to the back of his car.
The stunt was captured on CCTV in the early hours of the morning on January 28 this year.
Ward pleaded guilty to dangerous driving.
He was disqualified from driving for 20 months, ordered to complete 200 hours of unpaid work, fined £85 costs and £85 victim’s surcharge.
MacPherson pleaded guilty at the same hearing to holding onto a vehicle for the purpose of being drawn.
The child, who remains unnamed, was going shopping with his family members at a mall in southern China when the accident occurred this week, according to reports.
He was immediately taken to the hospital. Doctors said the boy had broken three toes on his right foot.
The low loader lorry was carrying a construction vehicle when it destroyed a silver Audi, and wrecked several shop fronts next to a parish hall in Great Baddow, an urban village in the Chelmsford borough of Essex.
FROM MAIL ONLINE - Benjamin Lightbody was caught on CCTV footage being viciously assaulted by a fellow-prisoner in 2013 in a New Zealand jail.
Mr Lightbody's skull has been left with a huge indentation and disfigurement as a result of the incident at Mt Eden Corrections Facility.
The suspected stabber, a 19-year-old Palestinian who also works at the Shufersal supermarket, was arrested after trying to flee the scene.
The victim, 42, was in serious condition after suffering stab wounds to his upper body. Another employee was treated for shock
On June 27, 2017 the woman in this video attempted to steal a dollhouse valued at $1,000 from an Action Rental warehouse in Kingsport. Anybody who recognizes her is asked to call K.P.D. Detectives at 423-229-9429 or 423-246-9111. Thanks!
FROM CGTN - Four policewomen were not afraid to put up a fight, managing to overpower a suspect on the run for robbery at a traffic police office in east China’s Shandong Province. The suspect had entered the office in Laiyang on July 27 to pay for a traffic ticket.
A man was allegedly caught on camera having sex with a family's pet donkey - after initially claiming he was simply feeding the animal carrots.
CCTV apparently shows Everett Compton, 49, stroking a donkey in the dark at the family's home in the early hours of the morning last month.
Compton, who was allegedly filmed having sex with a donkey in other footage, was arrested and charged with bestiality after the family called in police.
They reportedly told officers there was a trespasser at their Arkansas, US, home.
They claimed the suspect was having sex with one of their pet donkeys.
Toronto, ON - On Monday, July 31, 2017, at 11:17 p.m., police were called to 235 Queen Street East, for a shooting. Emergency services personnel arrived and found four people with apparent
injuries. Three were taken to hospital where they received treatment for their injuries. The fourth, a man, 32, succumbed to his injuries andwas pronounced in hospital.
At least two people died in the collapse of a marquee in a work of São Leopoldo, in Vale dos Sinos. According to press reports from the capital, the structure of a building under construction, located near the joints of Feitoria and São Borja Avenues, would have dropped at around 5 pm. The dead, identified as Jairo Rodrigues Cavallari, 26, and Lautiere Müller Kulba, 30, and the wounded are employees of a company that works on the site.
The hunt is on for a trio of suspects who allegedly caused a ruckus in an electronics store in Brooklyn before making off with several expensive Apple products.
Police say the three suspects posed as customers inside Computer Smartphone Repair on Pennsylvania Avenue in East New York just before 1 p.m. on July 15th.
When one of the suspects distracted a store employee, police say one of his accomplices jumped over the counter and tried to steal an item from inside the glass display.
After employees prevented the accomplice from taking the item, police say the other two suspects pulled the glass counter down to the floor and removed two Apple iPads and an Apple Watch before taking off.
The brazen bandits fled north on Pennsylvania Avenue, according to police.
The dopey robber didn't bother to cover his face when he first peered inside the bank in Broad Street, Teddington - but returned a short while later wearing a balaclava.
CCTV footage of his brazen crime sees him approach the counter, pull a gun from a blue plastic bag and demand the staff hand over money.
Moments later, a passer-by saw what was happening and fearlessly jumped inside, trying to wrestle him into a tight lock.
But the gunman managed to wriggle free and flee on a motorbike.
CCTV footage shows the yobs kicking and punching the 17-year-old victim before the woman, wearing a short white dress and flip-flops, bravely steps in.
The attackers were filmed assaulting the boy in a shop doorway in St Peter's Street in Derby at 11pm on June 29.
After pushing several of the thugs away, the young heroine shoves one yob three times in the chest before he finally walks way.
Police are hunting two moped muggers after a man was sprayed in the face in a suspected acid attack robbery close to Harrods and rushed to hospital.
The 47-year-old victim was walking through Knightsbridge when he was confronted by two men on a high powered moped who attempted to rob him before spraying liquid into his face at 8.30pm last night.
Police and fire crews rushed to treat the victim at the scene for a suspected acid attack and he is not thought to have suffered any serious injury.
Witnesses describe how the latest acid-type incident took place when robbers targeted a pedestrian for his expensive watch outside a row of multi-million pound properties in Walton Street close to the junction with Pont Street.
A local industrialist was shot dead by two unidentified members of a gang this evening. The incident took place in front of a rice mill belonging to the deceased, Ravinder alias Pappu Kochhar.
Kochhar was waiting in his car for the gate of his mill to be opened when the assailants, who came in a Swift Dzire car, fired three shots at him. Kochhar owned several rice mills and two schools. The murder is said to be the handiwork of a gang of extortionists.
On February 7, three gangsters had taken away a car from Kochhar. The police had booked gangsters Bunty Dhillon (25), Jumpy Don (21) and Sema Behbal Kalan. Fearing for his life, Kochhar had not lodged a complaint with the police. However, taking suo motu notice of the incident, the police had registered a case on the complaint of the Jaito SHO and booked the three.
Navy chiefs have been slammed for 'losing control of their personnel' after a series of violent brawls which have shocked locals.
Local publicans have witnessed countless flashpoints and say the thugs involved have no respect for authority, report the Daily Record.
In the latest incident a teenage girl was knocked cold by a man thought to be a Royal Navy officer. But Navy top brass say there's no evidence Navy personnel are any more violent than the locals.
However Argyll MP Brendan O’Hara is demanding tougher action from the commodore of the Clyde naval base, police and the Ministry of Defence.
The Daily Record has obtained CCTV footage of several incidents involving men identified by locals as Royal Navy personnel.