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  • CRAZY Footage of a Mexican Bar Swaying like a Drunkard on a Vibrating Table 00:17

    CRAZY Footage of a Mexican Bar Swaying like a Drunkard on a Vibrating Table

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    A massive magnitude 8.1 earthquake rocked Mexico's southern coast early Friday, killing dozens in what may be the strongest quake to strike the country in a century.

    Mexican authorities confirmed that at least 32 people were killed. The death toll is likely to rise. The temblor triggered a tsunami threat to several neighboring countries.

    The U.S. Geological Survey said the quake's epicenter was 102 miles west of Tapachula in southern Chiapas state not far from Guatemala. It had a depth of about 22 miles.

    President Enrique Pena Nieto said there have been 62 aftershocks. He also said that the quake's magnitude was slightly stronger, at 8.2, than the USGS readings, which would make it the largest to strike the country in 100 years, and bigger than an 8.1 quake in 1985 that killed thousands and devastated large parts of Mexico City.

    Friday's quake struck off the coast of southern Mexico in Chiapas state, toppling houses and causing buildings to sway violently 650 miles in away the country’s capital.

    In Chiapas, the quake produced tsunami waves and sent people running into the streets in panic. Nieto said serious damage had been caused and that 1 million customers initially had been without power, but electricity had been restored to 800,000 of them.

    The U.S. Tsunami Warning System said the earthquake was a potential tsunami threat to several Central American countries, including the Pacific coastlines of Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, El Salvador and Costa Rica. It said the threat was still being evaluated for Hawaii, Guam and other Pacific islands.

    1 month
  • Terrified people run for their lives as 8.1 earthquake strikes arcade in Mexico 01:29

    Terrified people run for their lives as 8.1 earthquake strikes arcade in Mexico

    Terrifying footage has captured the moment people run for their lives as an 8.1 magnitude earthquake hit a gaming arcade in Mexico. The scary video shows people panicking as the building starts shaking significantly, so loudly in fact, that it is picked up by the camera's microphone. Debris can then be seen falling in from the ceiling as people begin to make a run for it. The person filming the video says: "It's shaking. Oh my God, it's shaking so badly, son of a b****, son of a b****. "Get the f*** out, get the f*** out, get the f*** out. My God."

    1 month
  • Before And After Photos Show The Destruction Already Caused By Hurricane Irma 16 Images

    Before And After Photos Show The Destruction Already Caused By Hurricane Irma

    Hurricane Irma isn't messing around. Make sure you listen to your local authorities and evacuate!

    1 month
  • Hurricane Irma: Insane Footage Of Most Powerful Storm! 06:28

    Hurricane Irma: Insane Footage Of Most Powerful Storm!

    Insane Footage Of Most Powerful Storm!

    1 month
  • This Is What 185 MPH Winds Due To Palm Trees As Hurricane Irma Strikes St. Thomas 02:05

    This Is What 185 MPH Winds Due To Palm Trees As Hurricane Irma Strikes St. Thomas

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    As Hurricane Irma ripped through the U.S. Virgin Islands Wednesday, Frank Dalmida monitored it closely in Hampton Roads.

    He's originally from St. Thomas and still has family there.

    "Around 1 or 2 o'clock, I was checking in with a family member that still had connections with us, and he said the winds were picking up, the rain definitely was there, and things were getting worse," he said.

    Dalmida said his relatives didn't have cell phone service, but were able to communicate with him through a phone app.

    Luckily for his grandmother and uncle in St. Thomas, the storm passed safely.

    He said his uncle's house is made of concrete that withheld, and his grandmother lives in a valley, protected by mountains.

    "It makes it tough, but we're strong. We're a tight-knit family. We'll get through it," he said.

    1 month
  • OMG THAT SOUND! Crazy noise unleashed as hurricane Obama strikes down in St. Maarten 00:58

    OMG THAT SOUND! Crazy noise unleashed as hurricane Obama strikes down in St. Maarten

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    Hurricane Irma pounded multiple Caribbean islands on Wednesday (Sept. 6), causing massive damage, including on Saint Martin, where it is being blamed for eight deaths, Reuters reports. The small island with a population of roughly 77,000 people has been described by local authorities as “95 percent…destroyed.”

    Images released by the Dutch Ministry of Defense (the souther portion of the island is part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, while the northern region belongs to France) show that the damage is still widespread and devastating.

    1 month
  • Chilling interview with Prime Minister of Barbuda and Antigua, Says the Islands Are Completely Destroyed Island 'Barely Habitable' 02:54

    Chilling interview with Prime Minister of Barbuda and Antigua, Says the Islands Are Completely Destroyed Island 'Barely Habitable'

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    As Hurricane Irma inches ever-closer to the U.S. mainland, passing over Caribbean islands in its approach, the first hints of its potential to devastate are chilling.

    Gaston Browne, the Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, speculated that “95 percent” of Barbuda’s buildings had suffered some sort of damage, ranging from a light battering to total destruction. Browne called Barbuda “barely habitable,” and said that rebuilding will take “years,” in a televised interview on Antigua and Barbuda Broadcasting Services (ABS TV).

    “What I saw was heart-wrenching… absolutely devastating. I believe the extent of the destruction in Barbuda is unprecedented,” Browne said on ABS TV, after having returned from an aerial survey. He noted the threat of mosquito-borne diseases as a result of the hurricane, and said that he thought “60 percent” of the population was homeless.

    “Barbuda is literally a rubble,” Prime Minister Browne said. Browne added that the relief effort was already underway, including two cargo planes from Venezuela that were slated to arrive in Antigua shortly.

    1 month
  • PURE DEVASTATION In the Dominican Republic after Hurricane Irma Touches down As a Category 5 03:19

    PURE DEVASTATION In the Dominican Republic after Hurricane Irma Touches down As a Category 5

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    Hurricane Irma is flooding parts of the Dominican Republic as it roars by just off the northern coast of the island it shares with Haiti.

    Officials said about 500 tourists in the Bavaro-Punta Cana area were moved to more secure shelters just ahead of the Category 5 storm.

    Civil Defense Director Rafael Carrasco says a landslide in the Samana Peninsula affected eight houses and more than 2,500 people have been evacuated.

    Punta Cana airport has reopened after being closed for several hours.

    Haiti's northern coast will be next, but Irma's stronger winds have yet to reach that side of the island of Hispaniola.

    1 month
  • Hurricane irma has completely destroyed parts of Tortola 05:33

    Hurricane irma has completely destroyed parts of Tortola

    The Bahamas, Dominican Republic and Turks and Caicos are bracing for impact today as Hurricane Irma powers on after laying waste to the Caribbean and killing ten islands on her deadly path to the US. The category 5 storm - the strongest hurricane ever recorded in the Atlantic - howled past Puerto Rico with 185mph winds after reducing the tiny tropical islands of Barbuda and St Martin to rubble. They suffered the storm's full fury with 95 per cent of properties destroyed on both islands. Officials said at least eight people died on the French part of St Martin - a pristine resort known for its vibrant nightlife. Barbuda suffered 'absolute devastation' and is 'barely habitable' with more than 90 per cent of dwellings completely destroyed, a child killed and 60 per cent of the population left homeless.

    1 month
  • 'It's the end of the world guys': Mum captures incredible images of apocalyptic cloud formation outside her home 00:15

    'It's the end of the world guys': Mum captures incredible images of apocalyptic cloud formation outside her home

    Johanna Hood was about to walk her dog with her children in Hinesville, Georgia, when the weather stopped them in their tracks

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  • St. Martin Is Being Absolutely DESTROYED By Hurricane Irma 00:15

    St. Martin Is Being Absolutely DESTROYED By Hurricane Irma

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    Roofs were ripped off buildings and homes were flooded on the islands of St. Barthelemy and St. Martin as the eye of the storm passed overhead.

    The French interior minister, Gérard Collomb, speaking on Wednesday afternoon after a cabinet meeting in Paris, said that authorities did not know of any casualties “for the moment.” But he added that the four “most durable” buildings on St. Martin had been destroyed.

    “Which means that in all likelihood the more rustic buildings are probably totally or partially destroyed,” he said.

    Images from St. Martin show flooded streets and boats tangled in the marina.

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  • Legendary storm chaser warns Floridians to evacuate 04:16

    Legendary storm chaser warns Floridians to evacuate "‘Rooftops Will Be Ripped Off"

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    Emmy award winning storm chaser, Jeff Piotrowski, just did a gloomy Periscope, warning people to evacuate Florida, saying a storm of this magnitude will lay waste to wherever it hits.

    “You don’t want to experience it. I promise you.When your house starts coming apart and your buildings and walls start collapsing, the boards start punching through the house like torpedoes, like missiles — it’s unbelievable what’s going to happen.”

    Having experienced some of the major hurricanes in person, Jeff painted a grim picture of roof tops being torn off, both house and hotels, windows blowing out up to 15 to 20 stories highs — power failures and ‘catastrophic’ damage that will take months to repair.

    1 month
  • WILD Footage of Hurricane Irma Striking Antigua Will Certainly Put the Fear of God in You 01:38

    WILD Footage of Hurricane Irma Striking Antigua Will Certainly Put the Fear of God in You

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    Hurricane Irma roared into the Caribbean with record-setting force early Wednesday, shaking people in their homes on the islands of Antigua and Barbuda on a path toward Puerto Rico and possibly Florida by the weekend.

    Irma, which was the strongest Atlantic hurricane ever recorded north of the Caribbean and east of the Gulf of Mexico, passed almost directly over the island of Barbuda, according to the U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami.

    Authorities in the small islands of the eastern Caribbean were still evaluating the situation at first light though there were widespread reports of flooding and downed trees. Antiguan police were waiting until the winds dropped before sending helicopters to check on damage reports of damage in Barbuda. There were no immediate reports of casualties.

    "We are glad so far for the good news that we have had so far," Donald McPhail, executive director of the Eastern Caribbean Civil Aviation Authority, said early Wednesday as he heard from employees around the region after hunkering down for the night at home in Antigua.

    As the eye of Hurricane Irma passed over Barbuda around 1:47 a.m., phone lines went down under heavy rain and howling winds that sent debris flying as people huddled in their homes or government shelters.

    In Barbuda, the storm ripped the roof off the island's police station, forcing officers to seek refuge in the fire station and at the community center that served as an official shelter. The Category 5 storm also knocked out communication between islands. Midcie Francis of the National Office of Disaster Services confirmed there was damage to several homes, but said it was too early to assess the extent of damage.

    The storm had maximum sustained winds of 185 mph (295 kph), according to the Hurricane Center. It said winds would likely fluctuate slightly, but the storm would remain at Category 4 or 5 strength for the next day or two. The most dangerous winds, usually nearest to the eye, were forecast to pass near the northern Virgin Islands and near or just north of Puerto Rico on Wednesday.

    1 month
  • CRAZY View of Hurricane Irma's Power As a Hurricane Hunter Flies through the Eye of the Storm 01:07

    CRAZY View of Hurricane Irma's Power As a Hurricane Hunter Flies through the Eye of the Storm

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    The four "most solid" buildings on the Caribbean island of Saint Martin have been destroyed as Hurricane Irma wreaks major damage in the region, the French government has said.

    Serious flooding and building damage has affected a number of islands, French interior minister Gerard Collomb said.

    "We know that the four most solid buildings on the island have been destroyed which means that more rustic structures have probably been completely or partially destroyed," he told reporters.

    The French government has confirmed there are electrical blackouts and widespread flooding on the islands of St Barthélemy and St Martin.

    Irma, a category five "major" hurricane according to US authorities, has wind speeds up to 185mph. The hurricane has become the most powerful ever recorded over the Atlantic Ocean, and the US National Hurricane Center has warned of “potentially catastrophic” effects.

    Donald Trump said his administration is keeping an eye on the storm as it approaches the US. Irma is likely to make landfall somewhere in Florida over the weekend.

    Florida, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands have declared states of emergency.

    1 month
  • INCREDIBLE Footage Shows Hurricane Hunters Airplane Flying Directly through Hurricane Irma 00:47

    INCREDIBLE Footage Shows Hurricane Hunters Airplane Flying Directly through Hurricane Irma

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    Hurricane Irma grew into a dangerous Category 5 storm, the most powerful seen in the Atlantic in over a decade, and roared toward islands in the northeast Caribbean Tuesday on a path that could eventually take it to the United States.

    The U.S. National Hurricane Center said Irma was a “potentially catastrophic” storm with maximum sustained winds of 285 km/h as it bore down on the twin-island nation of Antigua and Barbuda. It was centred about 365 kilometres east of Antigua in the late morning and moving west at 22 km/h.

    The centre said there was a growing possibility that the storm’s effects could be felt in Florida later this week and over the weekend, though it was still too early to be sure of its future track.

    If it stays on track and reaches the Florida Straits, the water there is warm enough that the already “intense” storm could become much worse with wind speeds potentially reaching 362 km/h, warned Kerry Emanuel, an MIT meteorology professor.

    “People who are living there (the Florida Keys) or have property there are very scared, and they should be,” Emanuel said.

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  • Tornado whips up 30ft funnel of hay in British field as stunned pumpkin farmer films spectacle 01:17

    Tornado whips up 30ft funnel of hay in British field as stunned pumpkin farmer films spectacle

    A tornado whipped up a massive 30ft funnel of hay as it landed in a farmer's field and threw up everything in its path. James Ludlam was on the 300-acre farm near Leicester when he witnessed the spectacle and started to film the action on his mobile phone . It shows ferocious winds swirling the hay up from the ground in a clear cylindrical column and sending it more than 30ft into the air above Cattows Farm in the village of Heather. Although James admits it wasn't strong enough to lift anything heavy up, he believes that if his customer's horses had been grazing on the field it would have caused distress to the animals. The 38-year-old said: "It was a visual spectacle.

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  • Massive landslide sweeps away vehicles on Chandigarh-Shimla highway 00:30

    Massive landslide sweeps away vehicles on Chandigarh-Shimla highway

    New Delhi-A massive landslide on the busy Chandigarh-Shimla National Highway today buried eight vehicles and destroyed parts of three houses and a temple, the police said. No one was hurt in the incident.

    "A portion of the cliff opposite the temple near Bhattakufer caved in. Boulders rolled down and smashed six-seven vehicles parked along the highway," a police officer told news agency IANS.

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  • Huge Lightning Strike Destroys Tree Outside Mans Home 00:56

    Huge Lightning Strike Destroys Tree Outside Mans Home

    Huge Lightning Strike Destroys Tree Outside Mans Home

    2 months
  • OMG This Is Horrible! At Least 50 Elderly Patients Are Trapped in Floodwaters up to Their Waists 02:32

    OMG This Is Horrible! At Least 50 Elderly Patients Are Trapped in Floodwaters up to Their Waists

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    A photo of a handful of elderly residents submerged in waist-deep flood waters spurred an emergency evacuation of the nursing home Sunday.

    Timothy McIntosh's tweeted a photo of the La vita Bella nursing home in Dickinson, Texas.

    McIntosh took to Twitter looking for any emergency help in the morning and by noon, he tweeted an update saying the residents had been rescued.

    Hundreds saw the tweet and thanks to the National Guard and the Galveston City of Emergency crew, the residents were rescued safely.

    2 months
  • Texas Rapper, Trae Tha Truth, Is Using His Fishing Boat to Rescue Flood Victims One Day after He Himself Was Rescued 06:24

    Texas Rapper, Trae Tha Truth, Is Using His Fishing Boat to Rescue Flood Victims One Day after He Himself Was Rescued

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    A Houston rapper has joined the throngs of people who have been displaced by Hurricane Harvey but still trying to help fellow Houstonians.

    On Tuesday, Houston rapper Trae the Truth joined Fox 26 reporter Rashi Vats on a boat ride through flooded waters in Houston, sharing his experience of difficulties trying to rescue people while staying safe.

    "We went to a house. Think there was 14 people in the house and six stayed," said Trae while the boat cruised on flood water. "That's the heartbreaking part."

    Trae said he and his colleagues slept in a truck after being forced to evacuate. The rapper added he is doing what he can to help rescue people but notes there's some water too deep to take his truck.

    "I don't even know how we prepare for this because there's water everywhere," Trae said. He added that his children were also displaced around the city, pointing in different directions where he believes they're at, hoping they're safe.

    2 months
  • Plane dodges tornadoes in hair-raising landing in Sochi, Russia 00:35

    Plane dodges tornadoes in hair-raising landing in Sochi, Russia

    FROM RUPTLY - A plane was filmed landing in the Russian city of Sochi with three tornadoes right behind it. Up to twelve tornadoes were spotted off the coast on the same day, and it is the second week in a row that the columns have ripped through the Black Sea.

    2 months
  • Powerful Images From The Devastating Aftermath of Hurricane Harvey 30 Images

    Powerful Images From The Devastating Aftermath of Hurricane Harvey

    Following Hurricane Harvey's descent onto Texas shores Friday night, 300,000 residents around the Lone Star state lost power in their homes. Cars were destroyed and washed away, and trees knocked over by violent winds littered abandoned intersections.

    2 months
  • Side-By-Side Comparison Of Houston Before And After Hurricane Harvey! 01:17

    Side-By-Side Comparison Of Houston Before And After Hurricane Harvey!

    Video from Houston before and after Harvey shows devastating flooding, with water concealing some of the surrounding area and deluging highways.

    2 months
  • Stunning Drone Footage Of The Devastation Of Hurricane Harvey 04:11

    Stunning Drone Footage Of The Devastation Of Hurricane Harvey

    Hurricane Harvey was deemed a Category 1 hurricane by the morning of August 26, 2017 and has been described as the worst hurricane to hit the US mainland in 12 years.

    2 months
  • CRAZY Scene in Texas As an Alligator Swims up to a Woman's Porch from the Floodwaters 00:53

    CRAZY Scene in Texas As an Alligator Swims up to a Woman's Porch from the Floodwaters

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    A woman located in Missouri City, Texas filmed a rather large alligator swimming up to her porch from the floodwaters that continue to ravage her state.

    Watch as the alligator casually swims up to the fence prior to entering her yard and swimming around near her porch.

    2 months
  • EPIC FAIL! MASSIVE Mountain Range Collapses in Guizhou, China after Highly Secretive Construction Was Done 01:07

    EPIC FAIL! MASSIVE Mountain Range Collapses in Guizhou, China after Highly Secretive Construction Was Done

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    Video captures the moment a large chunk of mountain fell down in Bijie city, SW China's Guizhou Province on Monday. No casualties have been reported yet.

    According to locals, the Chinese government has been attempting to drill underneath of the mountain in order to house military units. The Chinese government refuses to confirm whether this is accurate or not.

    2 months
  • BLOODS ON HIS HANDS! Houston's Democrat Mayor Ignores Republican Governor and Trump, REFUSED to Issue Evacuation Orders, Even Stated 02:24

    BLOODS ON HIS HANDS! Houston's Democrat Mayor Ignores Republican Governor and Trump, REFUSED to Issue Evacuation Orders, Even Stated "Think Twice before Leaving Houston"

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    Texas governor says he can’t reach Houston mayor – Mayor Will Not Talk to the Governor – Chicken – Abbott said Sunday he’d called Tuner’s cell phone “several times” to “let him know that, whatever he needs, the state of Texas will provide.” Abbott said he’d yet to hear back.

    2 months
  • Man saved from Houston flood in dramatic van rescue 00:46

    Man saved from Houston flood in dramatic van rescue

    Catastrophic flooding overwhelming Houston and other parts of Texas will worsen in the coming days and then be slow to recede once Hurricane Harvey finally moves on, the director of the National Weather Service has warned. Louis Uccellini said up to 20 inches (51cms) of rain could fall in the coming days, on top of the more than 30ins (76cms) some places have already seen. He told a news conference that some of the heaviest rainfall on Monday, at a pace of six inches (15cms) an hour, will fall east of Houston in places such as Beaumont and Lake Charles, Louisiana.

    2 months
  • US Coast Guard rescue 20 people from sinking vessel as Hurricane Harvey hits Texas 01:01

    US Coast Guard rescue 20 people from sinking vessel as Hurricane Harvey hits Texas

    Mandatory credit: US Coast Guard District 8 PADET Houston.Footage captured the US Coast Guard rescuing people from a sinking vessel near Port Aransas, Nueces County, Saturday, as Hurricane Harvey continues to devastate southern Texas. At least 20 people were rescued after the US Coast Guard received distress calls from people aboard sinking vessels. Footage shows helicopters waiting for rescue divers to pull people from the sinking ship 'Signet Enterprise.

    2 months
  • Moment A Barn Flies Across Sky In Hurricane Harvey 00:59

    Moment A Barn Flies Across Sky In Hurricane Harvey

    One person has been killed by Hurricane Harvey, as footage has revealed the extent of the devastation caused by the powerful storm. The first fatality took place after a house fire in the town of Rockport, 30 miles north of Corpus Christi, according to Mayor Charles Wax. Rockport took a direct hit from the storm, as the streets were flooded with debris and stricken by fallen power lines. Footage also emerged of a barn being tossed into the air in the hard-hit town.

    2 months
  • Impressive timelapse video shows tropical storm tearing through Hong Kong Harbour 00:28

    Impressive timelapse video shows tropical storm tearing through Hong Kong Harbour

    The footage shows how tropical storm Pakhar sweep through the harbour, violently rocking boats docked on the seafront this morning (Sunday). It was taken by David Thompson, who posted it to his Twitter page. The tropical storm brought strong winds and heavy rainfall to Hong Kong just days after one of the strongest typhoons on record, Hato, killed at least 18 people in Macau.

    2 months
  • Hurricane Harvey turns Houston freeway into a RIVER 00:33

    Hurricane Harvey turns Houston freeway into a RIVER

    Hurricane Harvey turns Houston freeway 288 into a RIVER.

    2 months
 
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