A New York firefighter is in critical condition after part of a burning building collapsed and fell on fire crews early Monday morning.
Powerful storm winds caused a roof at the Nanchang Changbei International Airport in southeast China to collapse. Panic briefly broke out among travelers, but no injuries were reported and the incident didn't seem to affect any flights.
An "explosion" at an electricity substation has left over 22,00 homes in the North East of England without any power.
Thousands of homes on Teesside are without power this evening after the incident at a substation in Saltburn.
Dramatic footage shows sparks, smoke and flames coming from the station.
The fire is thought to have started at around 6.30pm on Monday.
Fire crews worked quickly to tackle the blaze, which was out by 7.30pm.
However the brigade remained at the scene while engineers from Northern Powergrid also attended.
This could be a perfect reason why you should not look at your phone while driving.
A delivery driver has hit his motorbike into the boot of a white car waiting in front of a traffic light in east China.
The motorist, who was not injured, would bear the responsibility for compensation.
Footage, uploaded on Youku, a Chinese video-sharing platform, captures the moment a delivery man is driving on a quiet road while looking at his mobile phone.
Yesterday, a Bus Pulman Lago Peñuelas suffered a traffic accident, Bajada Santos Ossa / Av. Argentina, in the city of Valparaíso, a region of Chile. The result of this accident Multiple Injured and several vehicles involved.
This woman's apparent attempt at on street parking went catastrophically wrong after she ended up smashing into two cars in separate crashes .
Extraordinary footage showed the woman reverse into a moving car at speed before hitting a parked vehicle as she drove away.
Debris is scattered on the road as stunned witnesses race out of their houses to check on those invovled.
The video, which appears to be security footage, shows the driver of a black-coloured car mount the kerb at a skewed angle.
The hapless motorist then starts to reverse, seemingly to straighten up, but is unable to park parallel with the pavement.
A police officer and good Samaritans helped protect the injured driver of a motorized tricycle after he was thrown into the street - with the unmanned vehicle continuing in circles until they finally stopped it.
Moments after the driver of this SUV completed a toll booth transaction, an out-of-control truck rear-ended the vehicle at high speed. The truck driver blames the incident on a sudden brake failure.
The Turkish military looked mighty foolish as their cargo trucks carrying supply for the war crashed during a live broadcast bragging the Turkish military was heading to invade Syria.
High winds cause a light post to fall over and smack this guys car.
A toddler inadvertently saved her mother from an “avalanche" falling from a rooftop after dragging her parent away, a dramatic CCTV video shows.
The woman and her 18-month-old daughter avoided potentially serious injuries from the snow crashing down suddenly from the four storey building.
The little girl was seen dragging her mother away from the spot most of the snow fell in the seconds before it came tumbling down.
The mum grabbed her little girl and they both just missed being hit by ice and snow.
While they were still covered in snow, they missed the full force of the fall.
Hospital checks on the mother and child, and the other woman, showed no serious injuries.
The building is a local council office in Vidyaevo, a naval base settlement in Murmansk region closed to outsiders for Russian national security reasons.
CCTV captured the horrific moment a skip firm employee reversed an excavator into a colleague, crushing him against a wall.
Daividas Rupeika was sentenced after causing serious injury to his fellow workman at the site in Wimbledon, South West London.
Southwark Crown Court was shown CCTV footage of the incident which took place on 2 August 2017.
The footage showed Rupeika driving into another excavator before reversing at speed.
Drug were among at least 24 people burned alive when fire broke out and devastated a rehab centre in the early morning.
A criminal investigation has now been opened after the inferno, fuelled by strong winds, raged through the centre at 6am in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan.
Some 34 people were rescued from the facility, according to local reports.
Three of those saved from the burning building needed hospital treatment.
Fire swept through the Republican Drug Abuse Treatment Centre and quickly spread through the building.
Drunk Driver Gets Confronted After He Swerves On HIghway!
A hot rod goes from first to blast as it explodes in a ball of flames in a drag race.
Astonishingly, driver John Force, 68, walked away from the crash.
He went to hospital but was released the same day.
His engine blew up at the NHRA Arizona Nationals near Phoenix.
Force dropped to 11th in the Funny Car standings after his wreck, NBC Sports reported.
“My struggles continue, but I’m a big boy, I’ll fix it,” Force told the network.
“Really glad to know that Jonnie Lindberg is okay.
A hero bus avoided a horror crash in the snow by just inches when he swerved around an out-of-control car on an icy road.
Gareth Smith was stuck on a hill in his van when he spotted the car in front of him veer out of control and head into the wrong side of the road.
With his dashcam running and what looked like a huge crash seems inevitable, Gareth can be heard yelling: "Oh my God, oh my God, no!"
A Lothian bus can be seen coming over the hill - heading straight towards the now stationary car.
The bus driver manages to swerve and drift around the car, pulling back into the other side of the road to avoid colliding with Gareth, 22.
Luckily, the bus driver's quick thinking and reflexes saved all three vehicles from being involved in a potential fatal tragedy.
This is the moment a trapeze artist dressed as Spider-man lost his grip and crashed to the floor in front of a terrified audience.
The performer was taken to the hospital after falling 15ft during a circus performance in Andradina, Brazil on Saturday.
Footage shows the performer struggling to maintain balance in the superhero costume lacking any purchase.
Dashcam footage shows moment driver crashes into a RIVER in Queensland after wild weather rocked the sunshine state causing floods.
"I'm very lucky to be alive. I slid through a tiny gap between the trucks rear tires and the trailer stand. If was going any slower or faster, I wouldn't of been so fortunate. The only injuries I got was a very small amount of road rash on my knee and hip.. Nothing broken. I'm very blessed."
Incredible footage of a mountain rescue team bravely rescuing an injured climber has been released.
A camera mounted outside the helicopter shows the view below as a rescue worker is winched down to the casualty on the snowy slopes of a mountain.
The rescuer first helps the casualty so he can be winched up to the chopper, near the village of Marana in the north-western Spanish province of Leon.
Once the injured man is inside, the winch is lowered again so the rescuer can be hauled back up.
All the while the helicopter pilot keeps the aircraft perfectly still while another emergency worker sits on the edge, ensuring both the patient and his colleague get in safely.
A man was lucky to escape with his life after a huge vat of molten metal crashed down onto a factory floor - spilling everywhere.
Incredible CCTV footage from inside the warehouse, believed to be in Iran, shows a man walking across the room as the hot metal is moved overhead.
But as the container, with the red hot liquid inside was about to tip into a different part of the plant, a huge bracket gave way.
The lava-like liquid gushed out of the container, landing all over the floor, just where the man had been walking seconds before.
This is the heart-stopping moment a mother of three was forced to hurl her three children from their second-floor balcony after a fire engulfed their home.
Margaret Williams can be seen in the dramatic footage as she throws her children over the railings into the arms of the waiting firefighter.
The flames, which had completely consumed the only other exit of the house, were just inches away from the family.
Brave firefighter Michael White, from Champions Fire Department in Harris County, Texas, was balanced on the stairs, ready to grab the children and lift them to safety.
Seventeen vehicles have been involved in a crash in Essex in south-east England as snow causes chaos on the roads.
The major incident took place on the A120 at Elmstead, blocking the road eastbound, according to Essex Police.
Video footage recorded this morning shows lorries vans and cars on the carriageway's embankment.
Snow appears to have completely covered both sides of the road.
One person suffered minor injuries in the incident on the Clacton-bound carriageway, which occurred at 10am this morning.
A woman lost control of her car narrowly missing shoppers after mistaking her accelerator for the brake pedal.
Car park CCTV cameras recorded the moment the dozy driver ploughed into the restaurant's metal shutters, forcing passersby to leap clear.
In the footage, the motorist is stationary at the exit barrier of a car park in Iquique in northern Chile when she puts her silver people carrier into gear.
As an elderly woman is walking on the pedestrian crossing in front of the barrier, the driver slams her foot on the wrong pedal and accelerates through the exit.
Hero neighbours rushed to the scene of a Leicester explosion and tried to pull out the rubble 'fearing people were trapped' underneath.
Jonny Halliwell heard a 'huge bang' which shook the walls of his house and he rushed out to see people running down the street towards Weston Park Convenience store in Leicester - a shop which had only been open for approximately six weeks.
"Flames had engulfed the entire building. People grabbed blankets and ran towards the fire to try to help people. Rubble and shop fittings were blasted all over the road.
"I saw people pulling up chunks of rubble and searching for people underneath."
Six people were rushed to hospital in what East Midlands Ambulance Service described as a 'tragic' incident.
Jonny told Mirror Online that he did not see any injuries before police told people to leave the scene but the entire building had been flattened.
"It was like someone took a delete tool on a computer and just erased the whole building.
"The shop was open until 10pm so there would have been people in there at the time," he said.
An item of hand luggage suddenly burst into flames on a packed plane.
Passengers were terrified when the package exploded while it was in the overhead lockers.
Thankfully, a heroic member of cabin crew was on hand to put out the fire , using a large bottle of mineral water.
Customers were still boarding the plane yesterday afternoon when the bag set alight.
It is believed the fire was caused by a power bank inside the luggage.
A dramatic short video shot on board the China Southern Airlines flight shows passengers having vacated their seats under and around the overhead bin as flames engulf the duffel bag.
Dash cam footage captured the moment a cyclist weaving through traffic ploughed into an elderly man crossing the road.
The clip shows a man begin to cross the road after being let out by a car in the right hand lane.
He waves at the vehicle and quickly makes his way across the dual carriageway, not realising a cyclist is filtering through the middle of the traffic.
The cyclist, who is unable to see the man from his vantage point mows him down as he steps between the cars.
The man is knocked to the ground, while the cyclist also crashes, going over his handlebars and falling into the road.
A young boy is feared to be among the five people killed in the Leicester shop explosion.
A major search and rescue operation continued today after a huge explosion demolished Zabka Leicester grocery store and the two-storey flat above it. The blast at 7.20pm last night sparked a huge blaze, with flames shooting up to 50ft into the air.
This morning it emerged that four people, who had been taken to hospital, had died. And firefighters this afternoon pulled the body a fifth victim from the rubble. Five others were taken to hospital with injuries, with one person in critical condition.
The city's mayor, Sir Peter Soulsby, said he was a regular visitor to the shop and added: 'What is terribly sad is that among the dead is a young lad.'
Aerial views of the scene today showed the scale of devastation caused by the explosion, in what has been described as a 'pancake collapse'. Police and fire chiefs revealed they are still searching for 'missing' people, who remain unaccounted for, and may still be trapped in the building among the wreckage.
Leicestershire Police, who had earlier declared a 'major incident', said nothing 'at this stage' linked it to terrorism.
Immediately after the expolosion, passers-by dug through the burning wreckage of the store with their bare hands as emergency services raced to the scene.
The uncle of one of the survivors said his relative was watching TV before bricks starting falling on top of him.
A Perth Bunnings store was engulfed in flames on Monday night, with the entire warehouse reportedly collapsing in on itself.
The blaze broke out about 9pm on Monday, and more than 30 fire crews were seen on the scene attempting to put it out.
Thick smoke was filmed pouring from the warehouse, with strong winds pushing it towards nearby suburbs.
The front wall of the building has collapsed as a result of the fire.