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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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When Stockton firefighters came upon a house fire, they discovered it was a heavily-involved structure fire. The flames seemed to be coming out of every opening in the house. These brave firefighters did their job, searched for victims inside, found none, and were able to protect structures surrounding the house fire.
A Demolition Derby rider had a GoPro camera on his headrest when he went smashing into cars in Australia. Unfortunately for the extremist, he got hit one too many times and his vehicle caught fire. The camera picked up the scary moments in the car.
At the Center for Science Education in Iran, a gas leak set the entrance to the center ablaze, sending people running through a wall of flames. Over in Saudi Arabia, a huge fire at a food factory caused a diesel fuel tank to blow up and skyrocket into the air. Both horrifying explosions caused serious injuries and massive damage.
The old adage is that "if you play with fire, you're going to get burned," and these videos are unfortunately the literal translation of that saying. In clip one, a restaurant owner in Monza, Italy decided to light himself on fire in protest because road work was killing his business. Instead of just lighting himself on fire, two police that tried to save him were also burned badly by the fire and all three suffered serious injuries. In clip two, a man was caught on surveillance cameras as he lit two cars on fire. Police are looking for this man and his accomplices, who destroyed seven cars in this incident.
These videos show guys with cameras in the right place at the right time. In the first clip, a driver captured a massive dumpster fire in Toronto that was luckily put out by an employee at a coffee shop before it could cause any damage. In the second clip, a driver's dash cam in Australia caught the commentary of the man behind the wheel as he watched a transporting truck run into an overpass. The truck was carrying several vehicles and likely damaged one or two of them.
These actually aren't fireworks gone wrong. This is an annual spectacle at the Yanshui Beehive Fireworks Festival in Taiwan. Folks wear helmets as fireworks are blasted at them in the audience. This is one of the most dangerous recreational events that we have ever seen!
Some folks at a roof party in Philadelphia decided to set off fireworks. However, the explosion happened way too close to them, and likely made the people at the party hard of hearing for the rest of the night. Luckily, no one was injured.
The two adorable animals in this video get some much needed hydration from some animal lovers. First, a koala gets a bowl of water and repays the man with a handshake. Then, a displaced ringtail possum drinks from a water bottle.
A historic bar in Ohio suffered heavy damage after an explosion of fire broke out in the establishment. The Emmitt House in Waverly, Ohio was destroyed after the fire caused the second floor to collapse. The fire took 30 minutes to put out, and there was an estimated loss of $1.5 - 2 million. Investigators are still searching for answers on the incident.
A recent apartment fire in Long Island, New York caused a very scary scene for neighbors. The second floor blaze forced local firefighters and police to rescue civilians with ground ladders. Four people were injured in the incident, along with two members of the rescue crew.
These two clips feature fires that caused severe damage to buildings. In the first clip, a historic restaurant in Ohio suffered $1.5 - 2 million worth of damage when a fire caused the second floor of the building to collapse. In the second video, an apartment fire in Long Island, New York forced crews to save residents by ladder. Six people were injured in the blaze, including two members of the rescue crew.