An impressive avalanche was caught on camera in Passiria valley in South Tyrol, Italy. The avalanche caused no casualties, but 25 people were evacuated.
Spanish cargo ship ‘Luno’ split in half off the south-western coast of France, at Anglet, on Wednesday. The ship had been heading to a nearby port to load up with cargo when its engine failed and the rough waves carried it into a jetty where it broke in two. The 12-man crew was evacuated by a helicopter. The accident was caught on camera:
NFL Network’s reporter Ian Rapoport turned around to high-five some fans during a live TV broadcast from Manhattan, but one guy got an eye-five instead!
A man was completely uninjured after being run over by a bus in Ankara, Turkey. The accident happened after the brakes on the parked city bus failed, making it go out of control in reverse. The whole thing was caught on security cameras and you can see the man get up from under the bus at the 0:34 mark. It’s the same guy that helps that little girl:
Anadolu Efes Istanbul basketball player Zoran Planinic sinks an amazing, near full-court buzzer-beater for a dramatic Euroleague win over Emporio Armani Milan.
An elderly Scottish couple had a very close encounter with a bear while visiting relatives in Pasadena, California, Tuesday morning. Bob and Irene McKeown were completely oblivious to the bear’s presence and didn’t notice that the bear was right next to them on the porch as they were leaving the house. The whole incident was caught on the home security camera:
Goran Ivanisevic steals the show with his crazy antics during the tennis legends doubles match at the 2014 Australian Open, featuring Mansour Bahrami, Pat Cash and Henri Leconte.
Train model builder Tom Miller has build an amazing rideable scale railroad around his property on 18055 SW Seiffert Rd in Sherwood, Oregon. The house is now on sale for $3.5 million. Take a video tour around the famous train property:
A goalie shows up drunk to an amateur ice hockey game in the Czech Republic, hilarity ensues.
Green Bay point guard Keifer Sykes is only 5-foot-11, so pretty short for a basketball player, but he can jump like he has rocket boosters attached to his legs. Watch him dunk against UIC this past Sunday: