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You're probably use to dashcam video that captures everything going wrong, but this clip is all about a car camera picking up something going right. A dashcam from an ambulance in Spain picked up the journey of paramedics and an injured child to a nearby hospital. The camera picks up the teamwork by police, firemen and the ambulance driver on the way to the hospital. The trip was likely cut from five to ten minutes due to the extra precautions.
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John Freeman is a professional mountain guide. So he knows he should not be alive after a fall like the one he took, let alone climbing again. A pillar of ice he was climbing detached from the cliff and went crumbling to the valley floor, with him on it. EpicTV called it "one of the craziest ice climbing falls ever recorded."
Two violent situations with opposite outcomes. The first shows a man walk into a club holding a gun, everyone ran except bouncer Eric Wasson who was able to disarm the gunman. He received the award of valor for his actions. Over in China, a woman is seen hitting a nurse with an umbrella, an attack that left her paralyzed.
These videos show some people with terrible luck. In clip one, a driver-less eight-wheeler backed up into a pole on a road in Russia. In clip two, a man unloading some cargo was flattened by some heavy storage.
Elegant and majestic are the two words that describe this. Just some more amazing footage captured on a GoPro. Young Carley Hinson definitely has an Olympic medal in her future.
A baby in a stroller was sent sliding in front of a car after its grandmother lost control of the handles. The child and the stroller were hit by the vehicle. However, the child avoided injuries due to the driver's slow speed.
Philippe Gillet is considered by many to be the "Indiana Jones of France." However, unlike Henry Jones Jr. in the movies, Gillet is a big fan of reptiles. He hangs out with his two alligators, scorpions, and plenty of snakes that he has a serious passion for saving from endangerment. While he has tiger skins on his walls, those are not for fashion, but are meant to serve as reminders of animals that he was unable to save.
A large section of the cliff's edge at Birling Gap in East Sussex, UK collapsed, sending 85-million-year-old rock crashing into the sea below, and cracks seen in the video might show there's more to come.
The five members of a family were swept into deep waters off the coast of São Paulo, Brazil. They were all drowning. That is, until a firefighter sped into action on the back of a jet ski and came to the rescue.
Evan and his dad, Russell, were in Alpine, Wyoming watching some snowmobile tricks, when they had a really interesting idea. Russell decided to lay down on a snowmobile track as a rider jumped over him. While on the ground, Russell picked up the awesome jump from his view and the duo was able to edit it as Evan's first video. Russell joined the RTM crew to discuss the risky but fun stunt.
Animals are interesting in action and these two videos show their majesty and comedic value. In clip one, Earth Unplugged put a slow motion spotlight on a bird of prey. This hawk is hungry to feed your visual appetite, whether he knows it or not. In clip two, a dozen or more goats decided to do their greatest "Benny Hill" impression on a wooden track.
It was only fitting that Christopher Lloyd, AKA Dr. Emmett Brown from Back to the Future, help unveil the notorious HUVr Board, which is exactly what the film's sequel introduced to movie-goers almost 30 years ago. It's the perfect time to release this product to the public. Watch as Tony Hawk, Moby, and other celebrities give the HUVr Board a try. But sadly, your hovering dreams have to come to an end. The HUVr Board still only exists in the movie and the video was a hoax. Humor website Funny or Die broke our hearts, but at least they are sorry. Good news though, Nike does have plans to release a version of the self-lacing shoe featured in the movie.