A vehicle in Zhejiang Province suddenly burst into flames. The driver had passed out in the car after drinking too much when the car caught fire. A nearby resident and two security guards rushed to the scene to put out the blaze, breaking the window with the fire extinguisher and woke up the drive, who is currently subject to criminal compulsory measures for drunk driving.
A man was caught on camera smashing a stolen milk crate over a Brooklyn store employee’s head, police said.
Police released surveillance video Saturday in hopes of identifying the man.
He allegedly stole the crate from outside a bodega on New Lots Avenue around 5:45 p.m. on July 15.
The employee chased after the man, who turned and smacked him over the head with it, police said.
The employee suffered a cut to his left eye.
The suspect took off with the crate.
He’s described as a black man in his 20s, wearing a blue T shirt, ripped blue jeans, white sneakers and a blue “KC” baseball hat.
Santa Ana, CA - New video released Friday by John Wayne Airport shows the exact moment
a small twin-engine plane crashed on the 405 Freeway in Santa Ana in June and burst into a fireball.The video from a security camera at an airport parking lot shows the white Cessna 310 barreling toward the freeway and crashing onto the pavement on the morning of June 30.
Fairfax, VA - Surveillance video shows a man trying to robbing a woman at a Fairfax, Va., drive-up ATM by shoving her out of the way. The robbery happened July 25. The video released by Fairfax police shows the victim get out of her car at the ATM and the suspect sneaking up behind her car and hiding. After she enters her PIN, the man lunges at her, shoves her out of the way and starts pressing buttons. The victim fought back, yelling and punching the suspect. He fled.
Recently released surveillance footage shows a man with a crossbow stalking and shooting "Strushie,"a beloved cat at the Franklin Hotel in Miami Beach. The footage, which was deleted and later recovered by the Secret Service, led to the arrest of hotel clerk Georgios Lollias, 36, who admitted he shot the stray cat using a crossbow in April 2017.
A terrified man was knocked out and left slumped in a busy road after thugs kicked and punched him in the face.
The unnamed man was then pulled to safety by his attacker, who seemed to have a quick change of heart when his victim came within inches of getting run over.
Another man then appeared to take off the victim's shoes before running away and leaving him bruised and unconscious on the pavement.
A nearby resident spotted the shocking footage on their CCTV and passed it to police, who are now appealing for information on the incident.
The footage shows one man push another into the road, and then punch him in the face as he tried to get up, reports Liverpool Echo .
A law student was arrested on Friday accused of pushing his ex-girlfriend, who is four months pregnant, in front of a bus moving in Botafogo, in the southern zone of Rio. Wednesday night. Lucas Florençano de Castro Monteiro, 25, was arrested at his home in Botafogo and offered no resistance to the arrest.
Lucas would have tried to kill the ex-girlfriend because she was on a planned exchange trip to Canada next monthThey were boyfriends two years ago, and they ended when she found out she was pregnant. He had exchanged appointments for Canada and thought that the pregnancy would disrupt his future. He insisted that she abort, but when she saw that she was not going to do it, she made an appointment saying she had to talk to her and committed the crime.
Police are looking for a man who robbed a hotel clerk at gunpoint. It happened on Sunday, July 23, 2017, at an Extended Stay Hotel in St. Petersburg, Florida. The gunman asked the clerk about room rates, then when another customer left, he pointed the handgun at her, and forced her to fill a plastic bag with money from the cash register. He made her lie face down on the ground before running out. Video Courtesy St. Petersburg Police Department
Andy Nguyen looked up just at the right time and saw the white car crashing towards him.
With milliseconds to spare he dived off the sofa and ran for his life as the car slammed into the Vape Shop in California
Police in Phoenix is looking for a man who was caught on surveillance video setting a fire at an LGBT youth center on July 12, 2017. Police believe the suspect used to be a client at the youth center but aged out of the program last year when he turned 25 years old. Phoenix Fire Department
FROM INSIDE EDITION - A thief caught on camera with only one distinguishing identifier: his butt crack. Cherish Clinton was shocked she was notified by Amazon that a package had been delivered to her home but later found nothing there. Upon checking the surveillance footage, she saw the mailman had dropped the item off, but two hours later, saw it was stolen. Clinton reviewed the footage laughing, saying she couldn't see the thief's face, but his rear was clear.
GRAPHIC CONTENT WARNING: Janelle Dunnaway suffered multiple skull and nasal fractures after being hit at a Spite heavy metal concert
Janelle Dunnaway was hit at a heavy metal concert at the Roxy Arena in Denver, Colorado, on July 21.
She said she spent the night in hospital after bleeding for 12 hours, losing four teeth and sustaining multiple skull and nasal fractures.
Janelle now faces paying tens of thousands of pounds for reconstructive surgery - including £16,000 worth of dental work.
Zixuan Liu, 26, will serve three years probation after beating his Shibu Inu. He was filmed kicking and dragging his 10-month-old puppy around. The puppy has recovered and was placed in an adoption shelter. As part of his plea, Liu will not be allowed to have a pet in the future, he must complete community service work, attend counseling sessions, and cover the costs of the puppy's care at its shelter.
The cringe-worthy incident was captured on CCTV and shows the cheeky shopper swaggering out of the U-Save store on Main Street, Bridgeton - but it seems he was a little too preoccupied to watch where he was going.
Two brothers in Italy have been arrested after cops say they donned Donald Trump masks before robbing a series of cash machines. Surveillance footage shows the masked suspects blowing up cash machines outside Turin before cops say they painted their getaway car from white to black in a move they think was borrowed from the 1997 Bruce Willis flick 'The Jackal.'
Samuel Todd, 27, and Ryan Ibbitson, 23, planned to pocket thousands after staging a burglary and suggesting a fire started as a result of a hate crime.
However, their plan massively backfired when the dim duo poured several gallons of petrol around Todd's rented home before flooding it with gas from a hob and flicking a match.
CCTV captured the moment the house exploded in a massive ball of flames with the two men - one clutching a petrol can - running down the road to avoid suffering severe burns.