A peaceful flight near the Isle of Wight in the UK quickly took a frightening turn for paramotorist Dave. The engine of the paramotor cut off mid-flight above the North Sea and he had to make an emergency water landing. Luckily, Dave's paramotor had a floating device and he was able to keep calm under pressure and make a call for help.
Over on the Jurassic Coast, a group of adventure junkies who specialize in BASE jumping took the plunge off of Durdle Door, a 200-foot tall limestone arch. With a crowd of spectators watching, each person took a turn jumping off of the arch with a parachute to break the fall into the water below.