A speeding motorcycle carrying two men collides violently with a second motorcycle crossing at an intersection, leaving two of the riders laying seriously injured in the road.
This happens in front of a taxi that hits the first bike, sending it down the street in a shower of sparks, hitting the downed rider of the second bike in the legs as it does so.
After pausing for a couple of seconds, the taxi driver decides not to hang around and drives off.
Then at around the 50 second mark, the rider of the first bike who is badly hurt but still moving meets an extremely brutal and bloody 'Final Destination' style end as a pick up truck runs over him and he's trapped under the truck and dragged up the road.
The truck driver stops but then does a runner rather than wait for the police to turn up.
This is the moment a bus driver with dementia lost control of his double-decker vehicle and ploughed into a supermarket - killing a seven-year-old boy and a grandmother.
Kailash Chander, 80, mistook the accelerator for the brake before the fatal smash, which left another two injured in Coventry.
Today jurors at Birmingham Crown Court deliberated for around three hours before finding that Chander had been driving dangerously.
And West Midlands has now released the shocking footage of the crash in which pedestrians can be seen running for their lives and flailing their arms as the bus comes speeding towards them.
The CCTV begins by showing the double-decker pull out from behind a single decker bus at speed.
It clips the rear end of the other bus before careering onto a grassed area, narrowly missing pedestrians and taxis.
A family got the fright of their lives when a bear burst out their car window - then hastily made off to pinch some muffin mix from a neighbour's kitchen.
Mum-of-two Nicole Minkin Lissenden was staying at her parents' house for the weekend in North Carolina when a friend noticed one of the doors to her Honda Odyssey was open.
Thinking nothing of it, Nicole locked it and went back in the house to put her two-year-old daughter to bed.
However, 30 minutes later when she went to get something out the vehicle, she noticed the inside was foggy - and there was a paw print on the window.
She quickly realised she had unwittingly locked a bear inside and unsurprisingly it wasn't happy.
A pitch invader was gored in a bullring after sitting down as the huge animal charged towards him.
Within seconds of the bull entering the ring, he was attacked and flung in the air as onlookers scattered.
The man climbed down from the stands and decided to sit in bullring with some kind of stick, waiting for the animal to be released.
Other participants in the ring can be seen trying to goad the animal before it is released.
The bull then charges into the ring causing the participants to scatter in fear but the man sitting down remained still.
The animal charged directly at the man and rammed its horns into his chest before flinging him into the air by his chin.
A distraught mum handed her nine-day-old daughter to a stranger she met online in exchange for £34, police say.
CCTV, released by police, shows the deeply distressing last few moments 25-year-old Inna Petrova has with her tiny child, clutching her tightly, before she hands her over.
The unemployed painter at one point can be seen turning her back on Natalia Zhdanova who has flown 1,970 miles from St Petersburg to Omsk collect the baby.
But then Inna kisses her little one for the last time and hands over the child, who is cocooned in a bright pink wrap.
Natalia then used a faked birth certificate - which listed the baby as hers - to show airport security before flying back to her home city with the child, police say.
This is the chaotic scene after a car hit pedestrians outside a mosque as worshippers ran.
Police are investigating whether the incident outside the Al-Majlis Al-Hussaini Islamic centre in Cricklewood, north-west London, was an anti-Muslim attack.
Video footage of the incident appears to show people fleeing in terror in the early hours of this morning.
Muffled shouting can be heard and groups of police officers can be seen in the dark talking to members of the community. One man can be heard shouting "experienced" at the start of the footage.
"A guy just came through with a car, hit about - I don't know how many people," another man recording the video says.
Taunts of "dirty Muslims" could be heard coming from the car, said Hassan Naddi, head of security for the Hussaini Association.
The car's occupants - three men and a woman in their mid-twenties - had allegedly been behaving anti-socially.
It is claimed a group drove near the centre and made Islamophobic remarks during a confrontation with a "large group of people", then crashed into pedestrians as it drove off "at speed" after being damaged by people outside.
Three people were injured in what a Muslim organisation claims was a "suspected premeditated Islamophobic attack".
A TV news reporter has been punched in the face while broadcasting live at a protest.
Ukrainian journalist Darina Bilera was carrying out a report for NewsOne TV on the decision to extradite 31-year-old Timur Tumgoev to Russia at the request of the Russian Federal Security Service.
But as she was telling the story to her viewers a man started yelling and another person, off camera, started pelting her with eggs.
As she stood outside the Prosecutor General's Office in the northern Ukrainian capital Kiev, she started to walk away from the people causing a disturbance to her live report.
Tumgoev is believed to be a former member of several armed groups in the south-western Russian region of Ingushetia.
A fatal road rage incident on the street in Kunshan, Jiangsu province has become the biggest story on Chinese social media this week with millions weighing in on where the limits of self-defense ought to lie.
The incident occurred at an intersection on Monday night at around 9:37 pm. Surveillance camera footage shows a BMW attempting to swerve into a bike-only lane ahead of a red light, bumping up against one cyclist who refuses to give way.
Quickly, two passengers, one man and one woman, exit the car and approach the cyclist. The woman helps the cyclist, a 41-year-old man surnamed Yu, move his electric bike to the sidewalk. After talking for a time, the two head back to the BMW.
However, it’s then that the driver, a 36-year-old man surnamed Liu, storms out of the vehicle and heads straight for Yu. Though the male passenger tries to hold him back, Liu continues to try to attack Yu. Eventually, Liu returns to his car and reemerges with a machete.
Russian man attacks babooshka, justice is very satisfying.
At the Chilton Ranch in Arizona, thousands of illegals march into the United States uninterrupted because there is no border wall, nor a border patrol, to stop them.
A pair of young British woman have told how they were strip-searched and locked in a blood-stained police cell for three days after a holiday prank back-fired on the island of Corfu. The 20-year-olds had saved for months to pay for their £2000 package holiday but it was ruined when a 'harmless prank' went wrong. They had met a group of boys at the beach on Saturday, August 24 and after an afternoon together they hid ones clothes a few sunbeds down while he went swimming. Shona Cox and Vicki Albone were later locked up and starved for 24-hours and lumped with £1600 of legal bills after being accused of nicking clothes and a £400 Rolex.
We all know this is a bunch of ginned up accusations meant as a last ditch attempt to stop the Kavanaugh confirmation. Meanwhile the DNC chairman continues to get a pass for beating his wife.
Joe diGenova: This is utter nonsense. This is another delaying tactic. She really doesn’t want to testify because when she does she’s going to look like the loon that she is. She may very well believe everything that she’s saying and that is one of the signs of lunacy, believing something that isn’t real. But her lawyer is even loonier. The FBI is not going to investigate a non-federal matter of an alleged assault that is unconfirmed by even the witness herself. She’s not sure when it happened, where it happened, who else was present. She never reported it to anybody.
These brunettes aren’t letting blondes have all the fun (52 Images)
This man had ripped off a gas station about a dozen times while cashiers were distracted, grabbing snacks and drinks without paying. This time, the cashier recognized him and locked the doors so he couldn't leave.
This video will give you a kick of adrenaline, wow.
Nigerian Pastor ‘Miraculously’ Vomits Money Into An 'Empty' Bag, Claim It's An Act Of God!
Project Veritas has released the first installment in an undercover video series unmasking the deep state. The video features a State Department employee, Stuart Karaffa, engaged in radical socialist political activity on the taxpayer's dime, while advocating for government resistance. Stuart Karaffa is also a ranking member of the Metro DC Democratic Socialists of America (Metro DC DSA.)
Stuart Karaffa is just the first federal government employee that Project Veritas has filmed in an undercover series unmasking the deep state. More video reports are to be released soon.
Bills fan get into fight in traffic.
A Santa Barbara teenager who discovered a purse with $10,000 in cash this week while walking home from school returned all the money to its rightful owner.
Cop pushes man into some recycling bins & then goes for his friend.
An Ohio magistrate stormed out of his Cincinnati courtroom in full judicial robe and chased down a woman in an act that wound up costing him his job.
Judge Michael Bachman was presiding over a trial on Sept. 4 when he heard a commotion in the hallway.
A woman was allegedly screaming at the top of her lungs because she was told she was 30 minutes late to file court papers.
Bachman walked out of his courtroom to check out what was going on, and darted after the woman, running through hallways. When he caught up with her, he ordered her back into the courtroom.
Let these beautiful eyes take you to dreamland
She paid the price for running her mouth
Shocking footage showing a South Korean pastor beating her followers and ordering them to beat one another has emerged as Korean police investigate claims that she ran a cult in Fiji, forcing people to work without pay and endure violent rituals.
The footage appears to show violent assaults on members of the South Korean Grace Road Church.
Pastor Shin Ok-ju was arrested last month along with three other church leaders when they landed at Incheon airport just outside of Seoul. Roughly 400 of her followers had moved to Fiji since 2014 after Shin predicted a famine would come across the Korean peninsula and that Fiji was a promised land where they could survive.
However, once the group arrived, former members claim their passports were confiscated and they were made to work without pay and perform ritual beatings on each other, called “threshing floors”.
Again, this is why it's a really bad idea to tailgate a motorist at speed.
A man was knocked out cold in a brutal street brawl, which also saw a woman get punched as she tried to split the fighting up.
The apparently drunk men started attacking each other in the middle of the road after stopping their cars in the western Russia town of Dolgoprudny.
A video, that was later shared online, shows a man wearing a purple hoodie being brutally knocked down by one of the angry yobs.
A man trying to enjoy a pint at a pub was harassed by bullies who repeatedly slapped him across the face as they laughed and danced.
The young men recorded video of themselves smacking the man over and over until he finally has enough and walks away from them.
The sickening footage - which shows the group taunting the man before slapping him a number of times and laughing in his face - has sparked outrage online.
One of the men offers a big, toothy grin and dances around as music blares in the background.
Do you know the men in the video or the pub? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
WARNING - DISTRESSING CONTENT: Shocking footage shows the man firing a bullet into his stomach and then dropping to his knees in pain as a worried friend asks him if he's dying
A young man testing a bulletproof vest accidentally killed himself when fired a shot into his stomach at point-blank range.
Shocking footage shows the man firing a bullet into the vest and then dropping to his knees in pain.
He throws the handgun to the ground and holds his left hand to his stomach, as a worried pal asks: "F***, are you dying? Are you really wounded, bro?"
The wounded man doesn't say anything as he takes off the vest - said to be the same kind of armour worn by Russian special forces - and collapses on the floor.
Anthony Torres has gone viral after being filmed by a passenger on a New Jersey transit train - He is seen shaving off his beard. Anthony was on his way from a homeless shelter and wanted to clean himself up.
This is the gut-wrenching moment a nine-year-old boy was dragged down the road and thrown into a parked car by a hit-and-run rider.
The stolen moped failed to slow down after clattering into the child and even sped off as the victim was sent flying in Whitehawk Road, Brighton on Sunday lunchtime.
Harrowing footage shows the little boy being hit by the bike's front wheel, briefly being dragged along before being slammed head first along the road.
Sussex Police are hunting for the rider and pillion passenger who may be part of a gang of motorcycle thieves operating in the city.
The little boy was taken to the Royal Sussex County Hospital with serious head injuries, but miraculously survived and has been discharged.
Vile footage has emerged of boxer Billy Joe Saunders playing a cruel prank on a street drug addict. Saunders pretends to be selling crack cocaine to the addict before getting her to assault a passer by.
At least one dead after two tornadoes touch down from Florence storm.
Police are on the lookout for a man who turned his toddler into a tiny thief, using the child to steal from a mall arcade game in Salem, New Hampshire.
The man had the little girl climb into the KeyMaster game last week through the area where prizes are dispensed, captured by witnesses show. The toddler then grabbed prizes from inside and passed them to the man on the outside.
Bystanders witnessed the theft at the Mall at Rockingham Park around 6 p.m. on Friday, police said. Authorities released of the incident on Monday.
Hannah Forese, who works at a Red Robin restaurant near the game in the mall, reported the incident to security after customers mentioned what was going on, the Union Leader reports.
The Douglas County Sheriff's Office has released the identity of a suspect shot and killed by deputies near Sedalia last month, along with body camera and dash-camera footage of the incident that shows frantic officers opening fire on a man they believed had shot at another deputy. The sheriff's office announced Aug. 31 on Twitter that officers had shot and killed an armed suspect, now confirmed as Paul Askins, 61, of Colorado Springs, but declined to release his identity prior to Sept. 17, citing the open investigation. Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock said a routine stop for a traffic violation escalated into the shooting when officers attempted to question Askins, who they now know was wanted for two felony warrants and had a criminal history in Colorado and Texas. “I just wanted to have the opportunity to share with you a little bit of information about what took place on Aug. 31,” Spurlock said at a Sept. 17 news conference. The shooting began when the driver of a pickup truck was pulled over for making an unsafe turn in front of two deputies on US Highway 85 near Delva Road at approximately 4:41 p.m. that day.
Officers spoke to the truck's occupants for roughly 20 minutes and after checking identifications, learned the driver had a restraining order against her for a man matching Askins' description. Askins was a passenger in the vehicle's backseat.While officers tried to determine if Askins was in fact the protected person in that retraining order, he gave them multiple names, raising their suspicion, Spurlock said. They had asked Askins to get out of the vehicle so they could further question him when he opened the truck's door with a handgun pointed at them. In total, three officers were involved in the shooting — two deputies who made the initial traffic stop while working from the same vehicle and a third undercover officer who was in the area at the time of the call and stopped to assist them. Footage shows the undercover officer and one deputy were to the left and rear of the truck as a third deputy stood on the truck's right, back passenger door where Askins was seated.
The deputy asked Askins to exit the truck moments before he opened the door with a gun raised. The deputy sprung back, falling down into the ditch and appeared to shoot at Askins from the ground. Within seconds, all three officers fired their weapons at Askins after he ignored the deputy's command not to move and continued advancing toward the fallen deputy, gun raised. “Shots fired,” an officer shouted as a deputy is seen from his body camera footage reloading his weapon and approaching Askins, who fell to the ground after officers opened fire. Spurlock said the undercover officer and the deputy believed Askins had shot at the deputy standing by his door when they fired their weapons. All three officers were placed on administrative leave and two have returned to duty. The third has not returned for reasons unrelated to the case, Spurlock said. The sheriff confirmed in the Sept. 17 news conference Askins was wanted for felony charges and likely gave officer multiple names to avoid being identified.
Spurlock said they are still determining if the gun he attempted to use against officers was legally purchased. Court records show Askins was charged with a slew of felonies from El Paso County, including drug possession, felony menacing with a real or simulated weapon and sexual contact without consent, among others. The active warrants were for second-degree burglary and failure to appear in court, according to the sheriff's office. Three people — two women and a man — were in the truck with Askins but none were injured or charged with crimes related to this or other incidents. Some details in the case haven't been released yet because the investigation is on-going, Spurlock said, including names of the officers involved. The 18th Judicial District Attorney's Office is investigating the shooting to determine if officers were justified in using lethal force. Spurlock said his agency's investigation is being aided by the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office.
May 18, 2017: Mueller was appointed Special Counsel on May 17, 2017. The next day Strzok and Page exchanged text messages in a discussion of whether Strzok should join the Special Counsel’s investigation. Strzok wrote: “For me, and this case, I personally have a sense of unfinished business. I unleashed it with MYE [Midyear Exam, the investigation into Clinton’s emails]. Now I need to fix it and finish it.” Later in the same exchange, Strzok, apparently while weighing his career options, made this comparison: “Who gives a f*ck, one more A[ssistant] D[irector]…[versus] [a]n investigation leading to impeachment?” Later in this exchange, Strzok stated, “you and I both know the odds are nothing. If I thought it was likely I’d be there no question. I hesitate in part because of my gut sense and concern there’s no big there there” [Emphasis added].
Paratroopers performing parachute jump from helicopter. Video also include footage of fast ropping from a CH-53 in the second part of the video.
This is the hilarious moment a pub-goer attempts to pull off the 'Worm' dance move - before falling flat on his face and kicking drinks into the air.
The amusing footage, filmed by close pal Tim Martin, shows the 44-year-old man dropping down to perform his "party trick".
The Worm is a dance motion associated with breakdancing when the dancer lies prone position and forms a rippling motion through their body.
In this case, the 'dancer', who did not wish to be named, can be seen trying to perform the Worm - also known as the Swan dive - but as he drops down, his legs kick a table behind him.
Grand Rapids police have released the body camera footage of an officer shooting a dog. It happened early Friday morning in the 1700 block of Kalamazoo Avenue SE.
Officers were called to the scene on a report of an aggressive dog chasing people around the area. Police said officers spent 30 minutes trying to capture the dog and to identify and get in contact with its owner.
At that point, police say the dog charged at an officer in the street after it charged at a neighbor exiting their house. The officer shot the dog twice as it approached him. Police say the dog is still alive and has been reunited with its owner.
This time we tried being very proactive in letting people know not to park in unauthorized spaces. In addition to the signs, the staff member on duty was using the intercom speakers to alert drivers. Some people just won't listen.