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Hair spray is flammable, but apparently no one told these people. A woman lit a camp fire and she paid for it, as her hair spray caused her head to burst into flames. Luckily, it seems she was uninjured in this major common sense blunder.
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A standard bonfire in Alberta, Canada served as a precursor to a pretty dangerous stunt. The folks behind the camera threw paint cans into the fire in order to create a few explosions. The stunt caused a fire to a nearby roof along with some squealing sounds from the guys in the backyard. Please, don't try this home.
A Rubens' Tube is essentially a group of burners, and Veritasium was recently in Denmark to check out a pyro board set up to use that equipment. So this 2D Rubens' Tube acted as a fiery embodiment of the noise that played into the board. The sounds produced a standing wave of fire and when a music track was played, the flames reacted to the rhythm.
In Russia, a firefighter decided to make himself a water jet-pack. The water glider was made with the use of several fire hoses that carried him into the air.
A pair of boats that are in bad shape. First we have firefighters responding to a burning boat in the middle of the ocean, and then a yacht got caught in a wicked storm.
These aren't the smartest criminals we've seen. First we have two guys whose car theft is thwarted by a 56-year-old woman in a robe, and then you can receive up to $10,000 if you know this guy, the world's worst arsonist. Trying to burn avocados!? Come on, man!
We have a woman driving a borrowed car which is on fire in Australia. Imagine having to explain that to the person you borrowed the car from... Then a filmmaker caught a car explosion on camera right under the CTA line in Chicago. Just some cars bursting into flames from around the world.
It's an extinguisher that explodes after three seconds in a fire, putting out the flames for good. It can be installed in places that are likely to burn or thrown directly in a blaze. Fire safety just got a little more explosive!
"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.
Two guys that probably want to hit the rewind button. First we have a weird dance with a broom stick that gets a litte too close to the fire and then a guy who ruined basketball for everyone at his house.
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.
The streets of Russia are dangerous, which means you should probably mind your surroundings. In clip one, a woman was walking down steps on her cell phone when she walked in front of a moving vehicle. The woman suffered a broken leg and head injuries for her troubles. In clip two, a traffic jam featured smoke and fire after a car engine was lit up. A man used a shirt to oddly beat the flames to death.