Just your average day on a highway? Not really!
Watch as this truck loses a few wheels while attempting to stop on the shoulder of a highway once he realized the wheels were wriggling uncontrollably.
There's a reason Americans have a phrase that says "look both ways before crossing the street". This is exactly why!
Watches dashcam cameras catch this Russian girl getting sent flying through the air after running out into the street without looking at all.
Surprisingly, she seems to be pretty quick on her feet after the accident.
This is the heart-stopping moment a brave man escaped a raging tower block fire by climbing out of the window and clinging on to the railings.
While his home burned above him, the man desperately tried to kick in his neighbour's window below - all while dangling from 15 storeys up.
As the angry red flames started to spread, film shot by a bystander shows debris and fire falling around him as the building's cladding starts to melt.
The video footage shows how the man's flat quickly became completely engulfed in flames - while there was little witnesses could do to help him hanging around 150 feet off the ground.
The dramatic footage from Chongqing Municipality's Yuzhong District in south-western China shows the high-rise Yuya Tower burning near its roof.
A cyclist who was thrown from his bike walked away unscathed as the horror crash was caught on another driver's dash cam.
The rider, described as an "old bloke" was thrown about 10 metres - about 30ft - through the air as he collided with the bonnet of a white car.
The crash happened in the Australian city of Perth and was shared with Dash Cam Owners Australia, and shared online.
The dash cam user, identified only as Joel, said: "Old bloke hit by a car on Safety Bay Road.
“He was a bit shaken up but nothing broken and walked away from it.”
Last year a cyclist was almost killed as he waited at the side of a road and a minibus somersaulted over him.
Dramatic footage shows the moment two semi-detached houses were destroyed in a huge explosion which left an elderly woman fighting for her life.
The blast went off in Birstall, Leicester, at 7.30am on Monday (11/12).
Footage from a neighbour's CCTV captured the moment the explosion sent debris flying across the road.
The Baumgarten site in eastern Austria, near Slovakia, is a major regional transfer node, taking natural gas from as far away as Russia and pumping it towards neighbours including Germany and Italy, its biggest recipient.
A brave security guard has been hailed a hero after saving two people from a burning wreckage when a drink-driver crashed into a tree.
A passer-by was also given special praise for his bravery at the scene.
The pair returned to the flaming car four times in a desperate bid to save the female victim trapped in the passenger seat.
Dramatic CCTV footage of the crash in Jinhua City in China's eastern Zhejiang Province shows the SUV slam into a tree.
It then spins in the road while a woman is flung from the rear window, landing near the pavement.
Incredible footage shows villagers pull of the seemingly impossible rescue of a family from a car that had been crushed by a massive truck.
A heartwarming footage shows five people, including a baby, being pulled out if the wreckage.
Anxious rescuers , who did not have any specialist equipment, were able to lift the three adults and three children out of the car.
The footage is believed to have been shot in Nigeria.
The first to emerge was an infant, who was shown being walked to safety after being pulled through the car window.
Rescuers were then able to lift the back of the truck in order to pull a person, who looks like a child, free, followed by another child.
A woman was able to walk away from the crash despite having a painful-looking knee injury.
She was able to climb out of the crushed car after being pulled out by rescuers.
A man and then another woman were also pulled out.
It is not known how the crash happened, or when the incredible rescue was carried out.
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Three people were injured yesterday (Mon) morning after one house was demolished and another partially destroyed in a suspected gas blast.
Emergency services dashed to the scene after residents reported hearing a huge explosion "like a bomb going off" just after 7.30am.
The blast destroyed a semi-detached house in Allington Drive, Birstall, three miles from Leicester city centre.
One man who is thought to live at the property was rushed to hospital while two people living in the adjourning house were treated by paramedics.
This is the moment an internet star known as 'China's first rooftopper' fell to his death from the top of a 62-storey skyscraper.
Wu Yongning, 26, was doing pull-ups at the top of the Huayuan International Centre in Changsha, the capital of Huan Province, when he lost his grip and fell.
Harrowing footage captured the moment he let go, plunging 45ft on to a terrace below where his body was later found by a window cleaner.
A small plane crashed into a Clairemont home Saturday afternoon killing two passengers and injuring two others.
The crash happened at around 4:30 p.m in the 6200 block of Chandler Driver, north of Balboa Avenue and south of Clairemont Mesa Boulevard, east of Interstate 805.
A truck has slammed into the back of a small car sending it careering into another vehicle.
The shocking footage was captured in Perth, Western Australia and uploaded to the Facebook group Dash Cam Owners Australia on Sunday.
'This is what it's like driving a truck in Perth. People do really dumb things,' the video caption reads.
The video shot in Tangshan City of northern China’s Hebei Province on December 6, shows two trucks collided near a gas station, causing one to flip over and burst into flames, while the other crashed into a fuel dispenser.
Station employees used extinguishers to put out the fire. The two drivers managed to climb out of their vehicles. The fire was later controlled and those injured were sent to the hospital.
A woman came within inches from death after walking into the path of a truck while trying to cross the road.
A truck comes from out of nowhere as a driver makes a left turn. It's likely the truck driver lost power to the brakes and was unable to slow down.
A Connecticut police car's dashcam captured the shocking moment when a group of juvenile suspects smashed a stolen vehicle into an SUV, causing serious injuries to a family of three.
Killed at 4Mph ... what are the odds!
Horrified motorists witnessed a body bag roll out the back of a hearse and across a busy road junction, believing a dead body was inside.
Undertakers responsible for the morbid mishap insist there was no corpse on the gurney but that didn't stop witnesses fearing the worst.
The motorist who filmed the dashcam footage said he assumed a piece of timber or a heavy item had fallen from the car when he heard a bang – and did not expect to see what looked like a body.
The man, who did not wish to be named, said: "I was a bit shocked really.
"I heard this noise, and the next thing you know I see the stretcher with the body on it flying through the intersection."
An employee at a nearby petrol station was behind the till serving a customer and said he looked outside to see the driver loading the gurney and body bag back into the hearse.
He too believed there was a body inside, describing the scene as "crazy".
In the dramatic clip, a large black hearse can be seen with its boot flying open as it rounds a corner at the intersection of Sandringham Road and Balmoral Road at about 12.45pm on Wednesday.
Following closely behind is what appears to be a body wrapped in a black body bag on a gurney, which rolls through the junction at speed before coming to a halt at the side of the road.
The hearse with its boot still open, pulls up in front of the gurney and the driver runs out with his phone pressed to his ear.
The driver then picks up the body bag and puts it back in the hearse, helped by a passing motorcyclist.
Robert Russell, branch manager at Davis Funerals in Auckland, said: "The driver is receiving counselling and can have clinical supervision if required.
"He is very, very upset – as management and all our staff are – as we pride this company very highly."
Mr Russell said the driver had gone to pick up a body from a house but was turned away by police because he had no ID.
He said the wrong hearse had been taken to the job because it had no equipment inside it to restrain stretchers but could not explain why the car boot had opened at the junction.
He added: "We can confirm there was no deceased person on the stretcher. That can be substantiated by the local police.
"We are devastated at the fact of this happening, because it is frightening for people.
"But we are immediately reviewing procedures and training to make sure this can never, ever happen again."
An idiot driver was caught on dashcam clipping a lorry and smashing into a car after he was distracted while using his PHONE on a busy dual carriageway. Craig Barlow, 34, was filmed swerving all over the road while he sped his flatbed truck along the A1.
Shocking footage taken from a car behind Barlow showed him undertaking vehicles before colliding with a lorry that was travelling in the slow lane.
The impact sent Barlow's vehicle ploughing into the safety barrier before he careered back across the carriageway and into the side of a woman's car. Incredibly, the 46-year-old driver did not suffer serious injuries in the crash which happened on the northbound carriageway of the A1 on August 8.
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A factory worker's life was saved thanks to his hard hat after a heavy metal hook was flung into his head.
A stack of metal sheets was being maneuvered attached to a crane with large iron hooks, when one chain suddenly snapped.
The hook then flew across the factory and smacked the worker so hard he fell to the floor and his hard hat came off.
The terrifying near miss happened at a factory in Foshan City in southern China with the workman dazed but alive following the accident.
After swerving to avoid another vehicle, a motorcyclist in India named Suresh crashed into some construction equipment and ended up with a metal rod through his neck and mouth.
A horror crash has killed four people and injured several others when two trucks ploughed into smaller vehicles in early morning fog.
Shocking video shows the carnage on the Cairo to Alexandria Desert Road early on Sunday morning in Egypt as multiple vehicles were involved in the deadly crash.
Shrill alarms sound in the footage as people run between burning piles of debris and crashed vehicles in very thick fog.
A man standing on the road waves for help but he is then hit by a van driver who did not see him in the dense, murky fog.
The force of the blow flung his body into the air like a ragdoll but miraculously he can be seen getting to his feet again moments later as other people rush to his aid.
Crowds dart around the road, trying to help the injured as the chaos intensifies before the video which was shot by a witness, cuts out.
Ahmed Al-Ansry, head of the Ambulance Authority, said that 20 ambulance crews were sent to the accident and transported victims to hospital.
Most of the injuries sustained were fractures and concussions, AhramOnline report.
Egypt’s General Department of Traffic said that two trucks hit a number of cars which caused the initial accident to occur, as reported by Egypt Independent .
Early morning fog is common in Egypt during winter and warnings have been issued by the government and news organisations to drivers to be cautious.
Hours before Sunday's fatal collision, several other road accidents were reported amid early morning fog, including another multi-car pile-up which injured 22 people on Saturday.
Deadly road crashes are common in Egypt. In 2015, there were 25,500 road fatalities, while the total number of car accidents was 14,500, according to a study published by the official statistics body CAPMAS in August 2016.