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An ice dam in Clear Creek in Colorado broke and caused a wall of water and ice to flow upstream. The dangers from the debris caused some homes to be evacuated but no one was harmed. KMGH in Colorado was able to get a hold of footage from the nature slushie.
In Michigan, a dashcam from a tow truck picked up footage from two pretty nasty accident cause by frozen ice on the road. From a truck to minivan, no car was safe from the icy surface on the Midwest road.
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These bats have a crappy reputation in Queensland, Australia. The colony of 80,000 bats were shunned from a town park by sirens, gunshots, and helicopters. The locals had complained about the smell of the animals and their droppings, which were said to be so bad that residents had a hard time parking their cars in the area. The bats were forced to fly out of town and poop somewhere else.
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Usually when there's a flood you probably shouldn't attempt to drive through it. This bus driver, however, wasn't about to let a "little" flooding take him off schedule, so when the sea took over the road, he just drove right through the waves. And elsewhere, how do you get your car across a river when the bridge is 200 miles away? A zipline of course! Is it just us or does building a new bridge seem like less of a hassle than this?
Today's Daily Pet is of two cute doggies, Drake and Tank, having fun playing in the snow! Watch the pair roll around without letting the cold get to them.
How adorable are these two little girls? Watch them react to a yard full of snow in front of their house as their mother catches it all on tape. So fun! Not only does the older sister have a day off from school but these two cuties plan on building not one, but two snowmen in the back and four in the front! Sounds like a fun (and ambitious) day.
James Kenison of Med City Hovercraft jumped into action when he and his crew found out about a trio of deer being stuck in the ice of a frozen lake. The group used their futuristic vehicles and some rope to pry them from the cold surface. Hovercrafts are awesome, especially when they are used for good deeds. George Jetson would be proud.
A raccoon that went dumpster diving found a whole "smorgasbord" of frozen pizza boxes and empty beer cans, but it also found itself stuck in the trash. The poster of today's Daily Pet luckily came to the rescue, and with the help of a strategically placed wooden plank, this raccoon was free to run back to the forest. For the RTM crew's thoughts on the rescue, click here.
A rare snowfall at the Albuquerque BioPark Zoo means the animals got to enjoy some fun in the sun snow. A family of elephants had a blast eating a wintery doppelgänger and a pair of polar bears got a taste of home. Who doesn't love animals in the snow? We just wonder if they dream of a white Christmas too.
Everyone has had a time in their life when they can't wait to get out of the city that they have grown up in. Slater Smith, the lead singer of The Weather Machine, had that very dream when he was in college and wrote his song, "Back O'er Oregon." A while later, he made a promise to himself that if he stayed, he wanted to see all there was to see, and made this awesome music video while traveling to all 180 state parks in his home state.
Seeing footage from the International Space Station always makes us feel so insignificant. This time-lapse shows you a window view that you've likely never seen before.
The two videos in this clip show that man and nature have a lot in common... when it comes to falling over. First, a drunk driver and his bud think being arrested and bloodying their faces is nothing more than a big joke. Then, a tree silently falls on top of a car, and although no one was around to hear it... we're pretty sure it made a noise.
Via Cottage Life, a baby raccoon was left behind by its mother after the family was returned to the wild, so the folks at Hope for Wildlife made sure it was adopted by a surrogate!