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We're guessing it was the first time thief in video number one has ever tried to steal gas, otherwise he may have known not to smoke a cigarette in the vicinity. Then, a thief in a poorly made police jacket gets away with some cash, but not before being caught on surveillance camera.
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When a firefighter arrives on the scene of a house fire before the truck, he attempts to stop the fire from spreading from the burning house to their next door neighbor's home. As he hoses off the house next door, more firefighters arrive on the scene to a home and car that are completely engulfed in flames.
A Thanksgiving night house fire in Louisiana forced a police unit to save five children from the flames without protective gear. After some confusion and some minor injuries, the cops were able to collect all five kids from the house and get them to safety. These officers are real heroes and their awesome actions were all caught on tape.
If you are going to light yourself on fire, your best bet would be to have a lot of water around. Although the guys from JoyRidersTV don't encourage or advise others to try their daring, fire-engulfed water stunts, they did take precautions when creating this visually awesome video.
Filmmakers and firefighters are joining forces to document the dangers and risks that the firemen go through on a daily basis. The new web series is called "Into The Smoke," and it takes viewers inside the real life drama of saving homes and people from certain danger.
Joshua Ford is accused of trying to kill his wife and father-in-law. Ford was caught on tape lighting the family's trailer on fire with his wife and father-in-law locked into the RV. Police told KIRO in Seattle that Ford is unapologetic about the ordeal and basically admitted to doing the heinous attack. Luckily, his bride and her dad were able to escape to safety through a small window. Ford is currently in police custody.
Actor Paul Walker, best known for his role in the "Fast and Furious" film franchise, died in a tragic car crash Saturday afternoon after the driver of the Porsche he was a passenger of lost control of the car, which crashed into a tree and caught fire. Here is TMZ's last encounter with Walker at LAX airport back in September. Watch Paul Walker's very first interview with Entertainment Tonight.
See the immediate aftermath of the crash, then hear Walker's friend describe the rescue effort.
Here is footage from TMZ speaking with the friend of the "Fast and Furious" franchise actor, Paul Walker, who tragically died in a car crash Saturday afternoon. He was the passenger in a Porsche when the driver of the car lost control and hit a tree where the car caught fire. The driver was also killed and speed was mostly likely a factor in the accident that occurred just north of Los Angeles. Watch and listen as Walker's friend describes the scene as he and others tried to save Walker who was trapped in the flames of the wreck, which you can see here.
See TMZ's last footage of Walker, at LAX in September 2013.
Here is dramatic footage taken by a witness right after the tragic car crash that killed actor Paul Walker and the driver of the Porsche he was riding in. The car hit a tree where it caught fire, which you can see in the video.
Hear Walker's friend talk about the rescue effort, and see TMZ's last footage of him at LAX in September 2013.
Carmen Ciricillo is capitalizing on the success of his viral video from a while back, featuring his wife burning the Thanksgiving turkey. Flash forward two years later and Ciricillo is working his music career. Check out his other songs at Real Construction Rock.
This stunt man is not filming the Fantastic 4 reboot, but he does have a ton in common with Johnny Storm. The man used his celebrity and flammable credentials to break the world record for being on fire. In an effort that we wouldn't try at home (and you shouldn't either), this Austrian man spent 5 minutes and 41 seconds engulfed in flames.
The gang at Cracked.com has realized that Mother Nature has either a really crappy sense of humor or wants to do destroy all living things. Check out these examples of Earth's inability to have nice things.