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It's one thing to let your child steer your car while driving on an empty road. Jacob Hughes was riding his Harley Davidson motorcycle with his 6-year-old son riding up front. He then lets the child steer the bike. At least he was wearing a helmet. We had a chance to Skype with this biker dad and his son, which you can watch right here!
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What looks like a spectacular sight is actually a pretty dangerous one. At a glass factory in Russia, 300 tons of molten glass began leaking like lava from the furnace it was housed in, which was supposed to be replaced a year prior. A great lesson in the importance of deadlines...
Texting and driving is one of the most dangerous things you can do in a car. Countless lives have ended too soon because of it. This terrifying ad by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration demonstrates just that.
Usually when you see an ambulance you pull over and let it go through. Well this guy here decided to film himself as he "discovered" the quickest way to work, driving right behind an ambulance. He posted the video and was fired from his job. Although he insists he did nothing wrong and pulled over to let the ambulance through, local authorities still called it an "irresponsible act."
"What the heck was that!?" is probably what this woman said after she was engulfed by an explosion behind the bar. The only thing seriously injured was her dress, and come to find out, it was an e-cigarette plugged into an iPad charger that caused the explosion.
We're not sure why spectators were standing on a median in the middle of a cycling race, but you just know it wasn't going to turn out well. One of the cyclists attempted to change lanes and didn't see them standing there. The resulting impact was so hard it knocked a 65-year-old woman clear out of her shoes and left her in the ICU.
Rhett & Link are at it again with another rap battle! This time they're highlighting the dangers of distracted driving by showing how "multitasking" with your phone is really unsafe. No matter how good you think you are at texting, there's no such thing as a "textpert," so don't text and drive!
A structure fire in China trapped over 15 people and it took a strong effort from firefighters to get them all out. Over in Detroit, firefighters also battled a blaze as an electrical box explosion set a popular flower shop on fire.
We don't know about you, but a cave named "Lost John's Cave" isn't the place we want to be. We assume it's named that because someone once got lost in there, and we're guessing it was probably during a similar situation to what happened to this guy. He got stuck in a part of the cave called "the tube," unable to move as it filled with water, and panic set in as his friends scrambled to help.
When you go out shooting, you have to make sure your targets are safe. These shooters didn't take the structural integrity of that tree into consideration. Timber!
The University of Arizona basketball team suffered a loss on Saturday that kicked them out of the March Madness tournament. To deal with it, U of A students took to the streets where police quickly joined them in an attempt to stop the unlawful assembly. Making its rounds on the Internet, this video shows a girl being brutally hit by a police officer. Police are now reviewing the video.
EpicTV brought us some jaw-dropping, scary stunts with this one. This is the 390-foot high Moscow Bridge in Kiev, Ukraine. But these daredevils don't seem fazed one bit by the height. They climbed to the top to do some outrageous stunts, including a backflip!