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A man in Russia is seen walking up to a building's fire alarm and turning it off. According to officials, this building housed a few "women of the night." Soon after the man and his alleged accomplice left, a fire started and flames spread. One of the women died as a result of her burns, and authorities are currently investigating the incident.
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A high-speed chase in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho ended with police officers fatally shooting 19-year-old Christian Nicholas Buquet. The incident took place back in September 2012 and has been under investigation. According to reports, Buquet had shot an acquaintance of his in the chest before leading police on the five-mile chase during which he fired at officers and bystanders. The videos show officers, from several different angles, opening fire on the car driven by Buquet. They were used by the Kootenai County Prosecutions Office to determine the officers' actions that day were justified.
A wedding in India ended in tragedy after an elaborate entrance caused the death of a 40-year-old man. A platform with a crane carrying the bride and her sister toppled over onto guests and threw the two women off the structure. Another four people were injured in the incident. It is unclear what caused the malfunction with the crane.
Joerg Sprave of the Slingshot Channel wanted to know if a fastball could be lethal. The fastest pitch ever was 108 mph, so Sprave simulated that speed with a special slingshot contraption. The results of the test are pretty frightening.
I, Frankenstein hasn't gotten great reviews from moviegoers, but what about from the source? Find out what Frank N. Stein and his wife Mary have to say about the block(un)buster, and get a glimpse into their relatively "normal" lives.
Scores of demonstrators in the protests that have ravaged Kiev, Ukraine were shot by police shortly after a peace deal crumbled. According to the AP, the violence resulted from the European Union imposing sanctions on Ukranian officials. The protests have grown increasingly violent over the last few days as anti-government protestors march. Reports say as many as 100 people have been killed in the clash. Warning, this footage shows demonstrators being shot by the forces.
While running from the cops is never smart, this chase ended worse than many do. After the suspect takes a narrow dirt road, he loses control of his car and ends the chase with a deadly crash.
When police were led on a high-speed chase by a suspect in a murder case, they quickly became the ones in fear for their lives. With his girlfriend to drive his getaway vehicle, the suspect shot out of the passenger side window at the police in pursuit. The chase finally ended when stop sticks drove the vehicle off the road and a shootout ensued.
The two videos in this clip show just how messy things can get when car chases are involved. First, two police vehicles crash into each other when they are in pursuit of a U-turn offender. Then, a high-speed chase on a dirt road ends in death.
A video created by John Berlin touched many people's hearts and spread like wildfire in only a matter of hours. In the video, John pleads with anyone who can help him to access his deceased son's Facebook page in order to create the one-minute video, "A Look Back," that so many people have been posting the last two days. Our hosts Skyped with John to find out why this is so important, and we also found out some very good news.
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We have some very sad news for you folks. An Internet icon has passed away. Colonel Meow, the cat known for the most angry face, has left this world. We will always remember you Colonel. *Insert 21 gun salute*
A police chase in Pinal County, Arizona has caused some serious controversy after a video surfaced online. After suspect Manuel Longoria was stopped in Eloy, Arizona, he was pelted with bean bag shots. At one point, the video appears to show Longoria holding up his hands, but that's when he was hit in the back by gunfire. Those shots proved to be fatal for the suspect.