High winds blow over a semi-truck as it crosses the Hansen Bridge, near Twin Falls in Idaho. Luckily, no one was injured.
A funny TV commercial for Dutch insurance company Centraal Beheer Achmea adds another reason to the list of why you shouldn’t lick frozen metal poles or railings…
Crazy doesn’t even begin to describe this stunt…
A mining boat crashed into a bridge on Sunday, after being swept away by the flood waters of typhoon Haiyan in the city of Móng Cái , Vietnam.
Meanwhile in Russia…a car plunges off a bridge and continues its voyage by floating to the shore. The passengers couldn’t care less about the sudden change of the path.
I have no idea why this guy was cutting an old bridge with an oxygen-acetylene welding torch, but he is very lucky to be alive. Filmed somewhere outside Chernobyl, Ukraine (so I’ve been told).
Driving on a pontoon bridge over the river Nadym in Russia is a real adventure.
A truck carrying a statue of a deer tries to drive under a bridge in the city of Astana, Kazakhstan. NOT Russia.
Odakyu Electric train was struck by lightning while it was passing through the iron railway bridge on the Tama River in Noborito, just outside of Tokyo, Japan. No one was injured. The train stopped for 30 minutes and then slowly proceeded to the Izumi-Tamagawa Station where it was taken out of service.
A sailboat crashed into a bridge in Tønsberg, Norway on Sunday, breaking the vessel’s mast. It seems that the skipper thought his boat will be able to slip under the draw foot-bridge as it was coming down. No one on board was injured in the collision. The railing on the bridge suffered some damage. Eyewitness Fredrik S. Robertsen caught the crash on his camera: