A total of 64 cars were aboard cargo ship Astongate traveling from Toyama, Japan, to Vladivostok, Russia. After the storm hit the ship – 52 of them ended up at the bottom of the sea. You would think that would be enough to cost someone their job but, according to the video’s description, whoever bought those cars signed a document allowing the cargo to be transported on ship’s deck at their own risk.
A heavy construction crane collapsed and fell on a building in the city of Kirov, Russia, destroying balconies from the first to the fifth floor and smashing the cars parked outside. It’s speculated that the crane came crashing down due to high winds and security violation. No one was injured in the accident.
A moose had some trouble crossing the road between the cities of Vologda and Novaya Ladoga, Russia…
An Opel Astra Combi stops in a crosswalk in Moscow, Russia, and one guy decides to teach the driver a lesson…
A video titled ‘A typical Russian village‘ is trending worldwide after being featured on Liveleak. It shows a bear trying to climb after a man in a tree. I found the full original upload from 2011 and it just seems odd the way the camera guy doesn’t really care about the whole situation:
Greta, a (Russian) Ukrainian pit bull, is desperately trying to break off a branch from a tree.
No bridge? No problem!
Only on Russian roads can you see a jet trainer aircraft Aero L-39 Albatros being towed in front of your car…
A dash cam compilation showing the positive side of Russia: people doing good deeds and helping other people on the road.
Russian linesman Musa Kadyrov was banned for life after punching and kicking a player during a match between Amkar Perm and Terek Grozny on Sunday. Kadyrov launched his vicious attack on 18-year-old Amkar left-back Ilya Krichmar after the referee blew the final whistle. Kadyrov said Krichmar had insulted him but the player denied the allegation.