This is the terrifying moment a six-wheel truck skids off the road and crashes into a sign after losing control in heavy rain.
A family of three, including the driver and a five-year-old, were injured in the dramatic smash yesterday afternoon at 2pm.
The lorry had been on the road in Ubon Rathcathani, Thailand, during a massive downpour.
Driver Wanpen Supasri, 44, lost control and careered off the road before smashing into trees next to the car park of a CCTV shop.
Her husband Samai Supasri, 45, and daughter Kanyawee Supasri, five, were injured in the smash.
Footage shows the moment all control is lost and the vehicle hurtles at speed into the trees.
Footage captured by the security cameras at the Congress of Nuevo Leon, Mexico shows the moment a young congressman runs directly into a glass door entrance, shattering it before falling to the floor
Watch this brave man actually put himself in between his dog and a pitbull that is attempting to murder his pup. Watch as the pitbull latches onto the back of his dog's neck, only for the man's of do everything he can to get in between them.
Eventually, the pitbull switches its bite over to his leg instead before finally the man breaks free.
Surveillance footage shows a six-year-old boy narrowly escape being run over by a bus after he tripped over guardrails in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality on April 25.
A crook who killed a motorist as he drove away from the scene of a botch ram-raid at high speed 'like a coward' has been jailed for 12 years.
Dale Smith, 30, fled from a Co-op store after trying to steal an ATM machine, which he and two others dragged from the shop in a stolen Toyota Hi-Lux.
Thief drags woman down stairs.
A vicious thug appeared to stamp on a baby boy while ambushing his dad.
Horrifying CCTV footage shows the parents walking with a carry-cot containing the tot when a man emerges from the side and walks straight to the dad before unleashing a savage kick in his face.
The father, who was carrying the infant, is then grabbed in a headlock and eventually forced to drop the cot as he tries to shield the boy from the attack.
As the baby falls to the ground, the attacker appears to get his feet tangled, which appears to lead to him kicking and stamp on the child.
While the baby's frantic mother scoops up her child from the ground, the attacker continues to pummel her partner with his fists.
The grainy footage shows the sickening assault was carried out yards from a crowd of people including young children in Kemerovo, Russia.
Police are hunting a British playboy who crashed his £270,000 Rolls-Royce with two bikini-clad girls inside after partying at a Magaluf beach club.
The millionaire entrepreneur lost control of his convertible as he reversed the wrong way up a road near to a packed restaurant terrace before smashing into a tobacco shop.
Locals claim he fled the scene with his two young female friends before traffic cops arrived to breath-test him, abandoning his badly-damaged Rolls Royce Dawn Coupe which was impounded.
Footage of the incident appeared to show the exposed bottom of one of the women - believed to be South Americans - poking out of the Rolls as she was hit by flying glass.
A man was caught on CCTV ripping off his shirt before fighting bare-chested with two nightclub doorman as his pal and brother joined in.
Kieran Nicholls was filmed outside the Hype Bar in Market Place, Cleethorpes on May 1, last year as the night erupted into violence.
Along with brother Kyle Nicholls and friend Josh Burns, all three admitted affray in the incident which injured the venue's two doormen and the bar manager, a court heard.
Prosecuting, Megan Rhys when Burns arrived with Kyle Nicholls, his shirt was ripped and covered in blood. He was barred entry by the doormen, the Grimbsy Telegraph reported.
A sleepy Sydney convenience store worker who took a nap on the job was robbed by an opportunistic thief who left with $800 cash from the till, the safe and a drink.
In CCTV footage taken from the King Street store, the worker can be seen nodding off before he decides to abandon his post at the cashier for a nap in the storeroom.
A man dressed in a grey tracksuit wanders into the store just before midnight and upon realising the store is empty, walks behind the empty register.
A man was caught on camera attacking his 38-year-old wife with a screwdriver as she was sitting in a New York barber's shop.
The couple, who share custody of a five-year-old daughter, ended up brawling in the store before taking the fight outside onto the street.
The attack was a brutal one as the man walked up to his unsuspecting wife with a screwdriver hidden in his hand.
The entire assault was caught on camera which saw the pair struggling from one end of the shop to the other.
Jose Castillo, 66, could be seen bludgeoning the woman with the tool as she fought desperately to escape.
One of the shop's owners, Angel Sierra, tried to intervene by attempting to drag Castillo away but he was simply too strong for him.
The man simply pushed him out of the way and began to attack his wife for a second time.
A woman zapped a McDonald’s customer with a stun gun while he was sitting inside the eatery with a group of friends, the NYPD said.
The 64-year-old victim was inside a McDonald’s at the corner of 51st Street and Broadway in midtown Manhattan around 8:45 p.m. on April 22 when he and his group of friends started talking to the woman, police said.
Not long after, the woman left the eatery, came back, went up to the man and zapped his arm with a stun gun before fleeing the location, the NYPD said.
Police are now searching for an approximately 5-foot-9, 180-pound woman who was last seen wearing a black sweater, a multi-colored head scarf, blue jeans and black shoes.
Postman Gary Shirley tries to deliver a little more than letters and packages during his daily round.
As one of his customers Barbara Hickey can attest.
She discovered this fantastic footage on her CCTV of Gary busting out some moves on her doorstep in Orangefield, Texas.
Sharing the video on Facebook , she said it made her day adding "...and people wonder why we love our mailman!"
The clip of Gary's jig quickly went viral with viewers keen to identify him.
This is the dramatic moment heavily-armed tactical police arrest a teenager hiding inside a backyard laundry after the 19-year-old allegedly robbed a service station at gunpoint.
A service station on Lindesay Street in Campbelltown, Sydney's south-west, was robbed by a man wielding a rifle about 9.45am on Monday.
The robber, wearing a hi-vis jumper and black pants, fled the scene with a wad of $50 notes, Nine News reported.
An Ohio woman has been arrested after she was caught on surveillance footage stealing an exotic butterfly from a conservatory, police have revealed.
Jamie Revis, 36, has been charged with theft after she allegedly stole the Blue Morpho African Butterfly from the Krohn Conservatory in Cincinnati on April 15.
Revis was arrested at her home on Friday.
This is the shocking moment a pensioner loses her balance and tumbles down an escalator in a shopping centre in China while carrying her grandson.
A self-radicalised Muslim who stabbed his neighbour in an Islamic State-inspired attack claimed to be avenging innocent Iraqis raped and killed by Americans, a Sydney court has been told.
Ihsas Khan was charged with committing a terrorist act and wounding with intent to murder after Wayne Greenhalgh was stabbed multiple times at a Minto reserve in 2016.
The 24-year-old, who had been taking anti-psychotic medication at the time, pleaded not guilty due to mental illness as his Supreme Court trial got underway in Parramatta on Monday.
Subway safety fears are growing after several high-profile violent incidents. Surveillance videos shows a man arguing with an MTA clerk just before police say he lit several matches and threw them into the booth’s money slot in an attempted arson. Another image appears to show him making a menacing gesture with his hand, as if pointing a gun. “It is definitely scary,” one rider said. It happened Wednesday at the Fulton Street station. But for some riders, it’s yet another example of wild and dangerous behavior on the subway that has left them uncomfortable and nervous, CBS2’s Scott Rapoport reported. “Scary, scary. Truthfully, scary. You just don’t know what to expect,” said another rider. Last Friday, a dog attacked a woman after she asked its owner to take the animal off the bench next to her. Later that night, police said a man in a “Make America Great Again” hat started fighting with another man before pushing him onto the tracks at Union Square. Some riders say it’s just too much to think about.
“I can’t think about it,” one woman said. “Because if you think about it, then you will be afraid to leave your house.” -- “I think that riders are scared and they’re frustrated, because they don’t know what to expect on the train every day,” said Jaqi Cohen, of Straphangers Campaign. The NYPD insists the number of reported crimes on the subway is down 9.5 percent over last year. Still, many riders are uneasy. Security experts say they should be proactive about their safety from the moment they get on the train – be aware of their surroundings and keep their eyes and ears open. “Know who they’re sitting next to. If they feel that something is going to happen, move,” security consultant Ray Phillips said. He also said to pick a middle car. That’s where conductors usually ride. And it can’t hurt to stand near the door and where there are other people who might intervene if there’s trouble. The MTA declined an on-camera interview but said in a statement the NYPD is responsible for keeping the subway safe.
Seven youths as young as 11 were taken to hospital after the allegedly stolen car they were travelling in crashed in Western Australia.
CCTV footage captured the horrifying moment the Honda CRV crashes into a fence and a parked car in a service station car park in the Perth suburb of Como.
Police allege the vehicle was travelling south on Perth's Mitchell Freeway just before 1am on Sunday when the driver allegedly refused to stop and turned right onto Mill Point Road in South Perth.
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"As suggested by the investigation, which deals with the investigation of the tragic case, the man saw in the course of the work that a congestion had formed on the conveyor of the chipper machine." Having decided to remove the waggon on the screw, the man, without stopping the work of the machine, climbed onto the transporter. At that moment he was dragged into the unit, and it was cut with knives.The moment of the tragedy fell on the video camera, which is installed in the shop.
On this fact, investigative authorities of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation for the Republic of Tatarstan instituted criminal proceedings on the grounds of the crime provided for in Part 2 of Art. 143 of the Criminal Code (violation of the rules of labor protection, which caused the death of a person through imprudence). "
A man has been charged after he allegedly took a motorised ambulance stretcher for a joyride after stealing it from paramedics in Sydney's Central Business District.
Paramedics had unloaded the $40,000 stretcher as they prepared to help an intoxicated person on George Street at 1am on Saturday.
When they realised the premises had stairs, they left the stretcher outside and continued to the patient.
This dude crazy.
The driver was found less than three hours later. He was wasted. The 14-year-olds were left with only injuries.
This is the astonishing moment a woman smashed the window of a Popeye's restaurant because her meal deal didn't include a soda.
Police are hunting for the woman, described as being between 18 and 25, after she vandalized the restaurant in Staten Island on Sunday.
Staff say the 'extremely drunk' customer came into the store looking to buy a $4 Wicked Good Deal.
A father staged his daughter’s kidnapping from a children’s playground as part of a
bizarre social experiment - and it's every parent's worst nightmare.
The strange stunt took place in Surgut in central Russia's Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug region.
CCTV footage shows the mother, who was not in on the experiment, supervising her daughter in the playground.
But for some unknown reasons, the mum steps away from the park and leaves her daughter alone for a couple of minutes.
While the girl can be seen playing on the slide, a pretend kidnapper arrives and approaches the youngster.
A Chinese woman was hit by a suitcase while standing on a downward escalator at a subway station in Shenzhen, China.
Tourist Ms Yu said she had failed to get hold of the luggage when she dragged it onto the escalator.
The victim, a 50-year-old commuter surnamed Li, was taken to hospital with injuries in the head and the limbs.
Police released surveillance showing a violent home invasion in Houston when four masked men stormed into a family's home. The men pistol-whipped a woman who was 4 months pregnant and pointed guns at her children. They stole jewelry and other items.
A disgruntled ex-cop has been arrested after allegedly ramming his car into a woman biker, pushing her across the road and into a tree, killing her.
The chilling crash is believed to have been intentional, but police in Nanjing, east China, have so far only arrested the suspect on drink-driving charges.
Distressing footage of the incident, which the Mirror Online has edited, shows the unnamed suspect run a red light.
He speeds through the junction, crashing into the woman as she and numerous others ride through the crossroads.
The black saloon car is driven at speed and pushes the woman, 33-year-old Ms Liu, into a tree.