China has suffered through some incredibly devastating storms in recent weeks. The resulting flooding from rain waters has dealt the country untold damage. However, today we have a good story to share. A 3-month-old baby was pulled to safety after being buried under the remains of a two-story home. Authorities are still searching for the baby's family, but at the very least, the little girl is in safe hands. View Now
There are probably worse places to have a car showroom than the second floor of a building, like the third floor. However, when a new car owner was asked to drive their car onto a scissor lift platform, everyone should have guessed how that would end. Luckily, despite the car going over the side and landing on another vehicle below, the driver wasn't injured. View Now
When floodwaters begin to overtake a populated area, folks are on borrowed time to get to safety. For a scooter rider trapped in the middle of a flash flood in China, time was of the utmost importance. Residents of the area tried to get a rope to the woman, but the water overpowered her and caused her to fall back and cling to the door handle of a car. When her grip failed and the water overtook her, a brave soul jumped in after her and pulled her to safety. View Now
When Matthew Rodgers-Falk jumped off the roof of his house during a party, he had no idea how bad that would end up being. Matthew fell onto tiles so hard that he almost died at the scene. First responders were convinced this was the end. Two years later and Matthew is still recovering, but he can talk and move around with assistance.
He credits those first responders with saving his life. His mom arranged for Matthew to have a heartwarming reunion with the paramedics and surgeons who made sure he lived to tell his story to others. View Now
The last time we spoke with Brian Parsley, it was for a funny mask prank. This time, the situation Brian found himself in was anything but funny. Brian is learning to be a pilot, a goal he wants to accomplish before his 50th birthday. For his latest flight as a student, Brian experienced a frightening forced landing. View Now
When Mother Nature wants to remodel, it doesn't matter who or what is in the way. In southern China, three houses fell victim to a landslide and collapsed down the side of a mountain. Fortunately, the area had been declared a potential geological disaster, and people were evacuated before the incident. No injuries were reported. View Now
It was like a horror movie: A man was walking to his car when, suddenly, three people with bats and hammers rushed toward him. Fortunately, the driver was able to flee the scene. Police are looking for the three suspects involved in what they call an attempted robbery.
The question we have for this next video is why didn't the witness recording try to stop this robber? A man not-so-slyly reached into the window of an open vehicle to steal a shoulder bag. Luckily, authorities apprehended him shortly after the crime was committed. View Now
There are two perspectives on the first accident we have to show you. The first perspective is from the person backing their car out of a mechanic shop, who made sure that all traffic had passed them by before leaving. The second perspective of the driver backing out of their garage, who also made sure all the cars behind them were safely out of the way. Both of them still managed to back up into each other though, surprising them, but we saw it coming a mile away.
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They say it takes a village to raise a child, but in this video from China, it took a village to get a kid down. A boy woke up before his mother, climbed out onto a windowsill unsupervised, and found himself hanging off the first-floor window. Twelve residents gathered together, found a curtain, and convinced him to drop down to them. The boy safely dropped into the arms of the villagers uninjured. View Now
Ever have one of those days where you're hanging out with your family, then suddenly a cow crashes through the front door? Yeah, we haven't either, but that's exactly what happened to one family in Punjab, India. Two cows were fighting outside the home when one began chasing the other, and one of them ended up inside. Nobody was injured, and the cow calmly left, but this would probably be a good time to put up a "No Cow Trespassing" sign. View Now
There have been lots of thrill-seekers featured on RTM before, but there's a difference between thrill-seeking and reckless. A 21-year-old adrenaline junky in Austria likes to find excitement by walking across the tops of moving trains. Needless to say, this is VERY dangerous. We can only hope he stops putting his life on the line for bad reasons like this in the future. View Now
Kids play a little too rough sometimes, but that's no cause for an adult to overreact. A dad was watching his child on the see-saw when the girl on the other end bumped it a little too hard, causing his child to fall off. Fortunately, the dad caught his kid but then retaliated by pushing down on the see-saw and sending the girl flying into the air. Police are currently investigating the situation. View Now
A 23-year-old woman at a maternity hospital raised a couple of eyebrows when she was spotted walking around with a newborn in her arms. A security guard decided to walk with the woman and was able to get her to confess that she was attempting to steal the baby. Apparently, the woman had a miscarriage a few months earlier and wanted to take a child for herself. She was arrested at the scene. View Now
Being a new driver can be rough, and it only gets tougher if you cause an accident. In this video from Dash Cam Owners Australia, a new driver fails to yield as they turn left directly into an oncoming red car. Fortunately, nobody was injured, and the at-fault driver called the victim later to make sure they were doing okay. View Now
Bird watching is a popular hobby, but if you want to see some of the best types of birds around, then you don't even need to leave your home. The 2021 Audubon Photography Awards offer some new categories this year, and that means lots of chances for both amateur and professional wildlife photographers to show off some of their most breathtaking pics. View Now
It may not be the most subtle crime, but hey, it's an easy one right? Two men had the master plan of barreling their van through the front of a shop to tie a rope to a cash machine, attach it to their van, and pull it away. They seemed so confident in their plan that they even let a pedestrian pass by before driving away with the machine tethered to them. To their demise, the pair was arrested and sentenced to a combined 22 years behind bars. View Now
San Antonio, Texas, is known for getting serious floods from time to time. For over 20 years, one family-owned auto shop has had to deal with flooding conditions before, but rarely are they so bad that the employees have to save customer cars. In the video, the high floodwaters are absolutely crazy, and they were lucky this weather event didn't happen in the middle of the night.
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Police in Brazil are searching for three brothers suspected of being behind a series of armed crimes. CCTV captured one of those incidents when a family was robbed at gunpoint by two of the brothers. Despite one of the suspects firing into the car, nobody was injured in the incident. View Now
A motorcyclist happened to be riding by the scene of an accident and their helmet cam captured the whole thing. A rider had been knocked off their bike by a driver, who was panicking as she realized she hit somebody. Fortunately, the rider didn't appear to be injured too seriously. The driver, however, was so traumatized by causing the accident that she could hardly function. At the end of the day, the good news was that everyone involved appeared to be OK. View Now
Driving through the middle of a forest fire looks utterly terrifying. Footage from a raging wildfire in Russia shows us just how scary that experience can be. There are currently 314 wildfires in this region of Russia alone, meaning that a sight like this one unfortunately isn't uncommon. To put it in perspective, there have been about 366 square miles of fire damage done already. View Now
One of the worst places to literally drive your car into would be a foreign embassy — and that's exactly what one driver in Russia did. While he did try to get away, he didn't get very far. Authorities apprehended him and found out he'd been driving under the influence. What we want to know is: will he face consequences in Russia or the foreign country he kind of invaded? View Now
If you're a security guard at a club, your job is to protect the inside of the club. When someone leaves and starts a fight, it's not your job to engage. Security guards at a club in Australia have been fired over allegedly attacking people in brawls outside of their establishment. The incidents were captured on camera and are being investigated by police. View Now
Many parts of the world are still dealing with COVID-19 lockdowns, which means places like restaurants have safety requirements to track outbreaks. This restaurant in Australia requires customers to sign in with a QR code for health and safety reasons. Well, that was unacceptable for one couple, who got into a physical altercation with the owner. The couple was arrested and fined $750 each. View Now
Heavy rainfall in Nanping in Fujian Province, China created a devastating rush of floodwaters. It got so bad that downed trees and other debris piled up against a nearly 500-foot steel bridge, eventually causing it to break. Despite the frightening sight, there were no reported injuries. View Now
When one man in the UK noticed a reckless driver swerving in front of him, he went above and beyond what many of us might do in the same situation. The driver with the dashcam called the police to notify them he was following a driver carelessly weaving around the road. Because of his actions, police were able to escort the unsafe driver off the highway.
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Passing a large vehicle on a two-lane highway is tricky business, especially when the roads are wet. One driver in New South Wales, Australia, wasn't paying attention when they got around a large truck and caused a semi going the other way to flip over. View Now
We've all been through bad breakups, but that's no excuse to cause mass destruction. One woman in Thailand thought her actions were justified, though. She was caught on camera pouring gasoline onto her ex's motorcycle, which was a gift she bought for him. Apparently, he broke up with her, and she wasn't too thrilled about that. In total, six other motorcycles were damaged in the blaze, and most of them probably didn't recently break up with anybody! View Now