St. Petersburg, Russia
A manhole exploded after a boy put lit fireworks over the seal, igniting trapped methane from the sewer in a city in northern China.
The dramatic video, filmed in Chifeng City in Inner Mongolia on January 30, shows a boy trying to put some lit fireworks through the manhole cover and it violently exploding.
White smoke can be seen bursting out of the manhole while the cover and the bricks around it are sent flying, leaving a smoking hole in the ground.
The scared boy, seemingly unhurt, runs away immediately and shouts: "Mum, I am so scared."
According to the police, the methane from the sewer met the flames on the firework causing the explosion.
Three vehicles were damaged, but no one was injured.
Google translate: "Life imprisonment threatens a man who closely shot the spouses in Nikolaev. Everything happened at the district court building.
The woman died on the spot, the man - in the ambulance. Sagittarius threw weapons directly to the stairs.
He was detained by a random witness. The court heard the case of 40,000 dollars, which the shooter borrowed from the couple and refused to give. The court satisfied the claim of creditors. "
Orlando, FL - Olando police released a video showing a downtown shooting that killed one person and injured two others early Saturday.
The video released Wednesday shows Keveon D. Smith in the parking lot of 320 N. Magnolia Ave. with two other people around 2:15 a.m. when a man a black jacket sucker punches him from behind.
Smith runs away and the man fires shots at him. A second man in a light-colored jacket and a third with long dreads also fire shots.
Smith, 22, was found unresponsive in the parking lot of the Bank of America Center on Orange Avenue and taken to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead.
Two other victims were found shot in front of Club Lit. Their gunshot wounds were not life threatening.
Clerk Chokes & Drags Robbery Suspect Out Of His Store!
CCTV shows the sickening moment a gang of thugs repeatedly stamp on a man's head at a London tube station, leaving him with permanent brain injuries.
Ali Ali, Gessica Goti, Mohamed Abdulle, 22, and Fiona Abdillahi, 18, launched a brutal attack on two 40-year-old men at Oxford Circus Tube station.
Goti, 22, hit one of the men on the platform, who pushed her back, before Ali smashed him over the head.
Ali, 20, hit him with a large glass bottle. When the victim collapsed and fell to the floor, the group began kicking and stamping on his head.
The shocking attack is just the latest ultra-violent incident in London, where even experienced detectives say they are shocked by the growing ferocity of murders and assaults in the city.
The car, a Dacia Logan in Blue, was stolen in broad daylight after its owner, Mark Davies, left it unattended while he was defrosting it.
The big protest held in Tel Aviv by the Ethiopian community was against what they claim as police brutality and rampant discrimination.
The rally emerged amid mounting anger after a police officer shot and killed Yehuda Biadga on January 18. Biadga, a member of the community, was shot dead by when he charged the officer with a knife. The family of the guy claims he suffered from mental issues.
The rally at Rabin Square, which followed a march that shuttered major thoroughfares and junctions, turned violent just earlier when several dozen of the protesters began a vandalism spree down Ibn Gabirol St.
The group broke away from the main demonstration and began running down the street, outside the area cordoned off by police for the protest, many with their faces covered.
They began accosting drivers and passersby on the sidewalk and on mopeds, knocking over parked motorcycles and damaging parked cars while shouting slogans against the police.
The protesters trashed at least one sidewalk cafe, overturning tables and chairs, throwing them against the cafe’s windows, and arguing with patrons. Several demonstrators assaulted at least one journalist at the scene. The group made its way into a residential area of Tel Aviv, with organizers of the main event in pursuit, trying to rein them in.
The bulk of the protest remained nonviolent, however, and began to disperse after 9 p.m.
Earlier in the afternoon, about 1,000 protesters had marched onto the the Ayalon Highway at the Hashalom interchange, stopping traffic for several hours and causing major jams in the entire greater Tel Aviv region.
The protest was called amid mounting anger after a police officer shot and killed Yehuda Biadga on January 18.
Brooklyn, NY - A man was shot and killed just outside a church in Brooklyn, police said. Police received a 911 call for an assault shortly before 9 p.m. Saturday at the intersection of Weirfield Street and Bushwick Avenue in Bushwick — just feet from the Church of God of Prophecy, police said.
When they arrived, cops discovered the 19-year-old victim lying on the pavement with a gunshot wound in his chest, according to authorities. Medics rushed him to Wyckoff Hospital, but he could not be saved.
Police have not yet released the his name, pending family notification, but said he has no known criminal history with the NYPD.
This is the shocking moment a thief suffers a fatal heart attack while attempting to mug an evangelical pastor.
CCTV footage shows three men slowly approach the pastor's car, which was parked on a residential street in Guarulhos, a city near Sao Paulo, southeastern Brazil.
The bandits surrounded the vehicle's driver and front passenger side doors on Sunday night before the robbery went horribly wrong.
Truckies stop robbery suspect in Australia
A toddler was savaged by a dog at her grandma's home in horror footage captured on video.
The animal pulled Isabelle Binns, one, with such force that the safety gate came off its hinges.
The terrifying incident happened while the youngster was staying at her grandmother Julie Booth’s home in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, on Friday.
Isabelle placed her hand near the gate only for the dog to grab her arm with its teeth, reports Lincolnshire Live .
The gate fell on the dog and Julie was quickly on hand to rescue the baby.
However little Isabelle was left with five deep puncture wounds to her arm following the attack from fostered golden retriever, who was staying at the home while it waited to be sheltered.
A Mercedes car flew 180ft in the air after emerging from a tunnel at 125 mph and landed upside down on top of a one storey building. The driver was killed after losing control of his high speed car and ploughing...
The horrific incident was at border between the Russian region of North Ossetia and the breakaway Georgian republic of South Ossetia which is in the hands of pro-Moscow rebels
if it's a meat cleaver, it's China.
Elderly woman walks across railway tracks less than a second before a train thunders past her
An elderly woman has narrowly avoided being hit by a train when she walked through a level crossing in Taiwan.
A Puyuma Express train was approaching a level crossing in the north-eastern city of Hsinchu when the woman ignored the ringing alarm bells and walked past the barriers.
The woman, who was not identified, barely made it across before the oncoming train sped past inches behind her.
Heart-stopping footage shows the pensioner, carrying her shopping bag and an umbrella, walking straight across the tracks at about 4:45pm last Tuesday.
She looks left and appears to spot the approaching express train, prompting her to pick up her pace as she huddled to the opposite side.
The dramatic clip then shows the train speeding into view and narrowly avoiding the elderly woman by inches.
Hsinchu's Railway Police Bureau said the train driver noticed the woman walking onto the tracks and immediately applied the emergency brakes.
However, the express train was travelling too fast and could only stop after the crossing.
Train staff immediately alerted the authorities and checked to see if they had hit anyone. Luckily, surveillance footage showed the woman escaped unharmed but the incident had caused a delay to the train's schedule.
Railway police said they were tracking down the woman and would fine her accordingly.
The Puyuma was launched in 2013 to handle the difficult topography of Taiwan’s east coast and is separate from the high-speed rail that runs on the west coast. The trains travel up to 93 miles (150km) per hour, faster than any other in Taiwan except for high-speed rail.
The CCTV video, captured in Wuxi City in eastern China’s Jiangsu Province on January 18, shows an infant in a baby walker moving out of a restaurant to the edge of a six-metre-high escalator and started tumbling down.
A man walking past can be seen immediately running to save the baby, catching her and carrying her back to the top of the escalator and returning her to her mum.
According to reports, the baby’s parents ran a restaurant in the shopping mall. The baby walked out of the restaurant by herself on that day as her parents were too busy at that moment to take care of her.
Since the soldier named Wang Zihao heard some abnormal noise from the escalator when he was shopping with his cousin and turned his head around to check, he saw the flipped over baby walker and the baby and ran to save her immediately.
Thanks to the soldier’s quick move, the baby only sustained light injuries.
A brazen burglar has been caught on CCTV trying to break into a house - using a garden fork.
Jason Pitt, who has since been jailed, spotted in the back garden of the property looking for a way to get in, by jabbing the door with the gardening tool.
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A brave gambler floors a thief armed with a machete with a single punch in this dramatic casino footage.
Two men, armed with the blade and a metal pole, stormed a clubhouse in St. Albans, Melbourne, Australia.
Wildly swinging the menacing machete, one assailant struck a patron in the face, cutting his cheek.
Unfazed by the attack, the man strides towards the robber and stuns him with a right hook to the face, knocking him to the ground.
A man has been rescued after jumping onto the path of an oncoming train during a drunken stupor at a station in south-west China.
Shocking surveillance footage shows the 46-year-old man, surnamed Zheng, storming past the barriers and leaping onto the train tracks after dropping his suitcase and backpack on the platform.
Three staff members at the Jining Railway Station in Sandong province immediately jumped onto the tracks and successfully pulled the man to safety, with a train pulling in seconds later.
A Best Buy security guard was fired after her tracked down and tackled fleeing burglary suspect Timothy Trujillo in California.
Police say a surveillance video shows a man brandishing a handgun during an armed robbery at a Dunkin Donuts on Boston Road in the Eastchester section of the Bronx. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
A painting by renowned Russian landscape artist Arkhip Kuindzhi vanished from the Tretyakov Gallery in an incredibly brazen museum heist, but was found a day later at a remote construction site outside Moscow.
This is the chilling moment a terrified bride was kidnapped and carried away by two men hours before wedding. The woman had left home this morning just after 6am to visit a beauty parlour to do her makeup ahead of for her big day in the Muktsar region of Punjab, India. But shortly after stepping outside the shop, she was attacked by the assailants who tried to bundle her into a waiting car.
Police Fumigate A Room With Pepper Spray To Take This Man Down!