Every summer, one particularly tragic type of story makes its way into headlines across the country: children left in hot cars. Some are rescued in time, while others unfortunately don’t make it.
A Mr. Li of China’s Guangdong Province was recently caught on video catching a one-year-old who fell off a window ledge. Lee and another man watch and wait, while others put down cardboard to cushion the baby’s fall. Later, Li humbly told the media,”It was nothing but human instinct to do so.”
A Riverside County California deputy was delivering an eviction notice to a family on May 14, 2014, at around 2 p.m. On entering the fenced lot, he was approached by a barking dog, a pit bull. Moments later, neighbors heard gunfire.
A look at the case of the young and talented Florida A&M University clarinet player and drum major, killed by injuries sustained in a hazing ritual that went too far.
Anyone who feels a pet of theirs was ever unfairly maced by a mail carrier will be pleased to hear that on October 6, 2013, a Portland, Oregon, postman managed to pepper spray his co-workers — by accident of course.
A Georgia man is facing jail after accidentally setting his wife on fire while fueling up his truck. Austin Dawkins is seen on surveillance video sparking the fumes with his lighter while he talks to his wife. The gas nozzle shoots out flame and lights up Jessica before she can get a safe distance away. She falls.
In a bizarre tragedy out of Phoenix, Arizona, an unlicensed teen, who police believe was under the influence, was taking his six younger siblings to their first day of school on August 5, 2013, when he swerved into oncoming traffic and crashed, killing three of his younger brothers and the other driver.
Crocodile trainer Pravit Suebmee, 27, who for eight years has been the guy who puts his head in the large reptile’s mouth, got the surprise of his career over the weekend when the disgruntled crocodile clapped its jaws shut on his extended head and shook it.
911 operators have one of the most important jobs in law enforcement: Sorting through the many frivolous calls they receive, calmly talking people through real-life emergencies and getting them help. This year will see Halle Berry play a heroic 911 operator in “The Call.” As heroic as 911 operators may seem at times, they are after all just people. People who can make mistakes — mistakes that can kill.
If you’ve spent much time online, odds are you’ve seen a photo of Carlos Sosa. The 27-year-old Miami man has a long rap sheet–he’s been arrested on charges including trespassing, marijuana possession and breach of peace–but it’s not the charges against him that are remarkable, it’s the fact that he only has half a head. In this video, an upbeat and remarkably functional Carlos recalls the accident that left him disfigured and, pulling on a blunt, warns others against drunk driving and “drugness” driving.