Tremendous scare took passengers from an inter-municipal bus that went from Cali to Bogotá. At the site known as "Alto de Canecas" a burning car rolled over and went to stop against the bus while passengers fled in terror. Fortunately, the incident left only material losses, the authorities investigate the reasons that caused the vehicle's flames.
One person was killed and two people were critically injured in a fiery five-vehicle pile-up in Inglewood Monday evening, officials said.
The crash was reported about 4:40 p.m. along the 500 blocks of East Florence Avenue, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
Five vehicles were involved in the collision, according to the Inglewood Police Department. Aerial footage from Sky5 showed four of them heavily damaged, with one appearing charred. One of the vehicles had a tarp covering the back end.
First responders arrived on the scene to find several cars on fire.
"Unfortunately, one of the drivers involved in this collision succumbed to injuries sustained as a result of the collision," police said in a written statement. No description of the person was released.
Surveillance capturing the crash shows a pickup truck making a left turn in the intersection before another vehicle slams into it broadside, at high speed, and bursts into flames.
The cause of the crash remained under investigation, police said.
Police asked motorists to avoid the intersection of Centinela and Florence avenues for about six hours.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol released this video showing the moment a Perry County school bus overturned in December 2019. Highway officials say a car struck the bus after failing to stop at a red light. Eight of the students on board were injured.
A Florida woman was arrested after leading law enforcement authorities on a wild vehicle pursuit in a stolen van. The chase ended with the suspect flipping the vehicle several times as she attempted to flee.
Law enforcement authorities identified the driver as Sarah Yurman. She was injured in the crash and taken to Halifax Health Medical Center in Daytona Beach.
Upon her medical release, she will face multiple charges, including attempting to flee, eluding law enforcement and possession of narcotics, according to Fox.
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. – Video from the inside of a police car shows Michigan Rep. Rebekah Warren (D-Ann Arbor) extremely worried about her career after a drunken-driving arrest last month.
Warren was caught on police dashcam swerving in and out of traffic and then hitting a guardrail along I-75.
Police said Warren failed sobriety tests in Auburn Hills, even though she said she was driving to Ann Arbor from Detroit. Police were called to reports of a drunken driver at 11:18 p.m. on Dec. 26 to the area of northbound I-75 and M-59.
Warren got out of the vehicle for a field sobriety test and told the officer that she had been at the Ren Cen and had a couple glasses of wine.
She told officers that she’s an elected official. She failed multiple field sobriety tests and then refused a breathalyzer. She was arrested and taken for a blood sample. Blood tests showed Warren’s blood alcohol count at .21.
“Do you understand there’s going to be a moment where we’re both going to be on TV, and it’s gonna be, like, ‘Senator from Ann Arbor’s career’s over,'?” Warren asked the officer. "I just don’t want this on the camera for my future. Just don’t ruin my career.”
She was making comments about how she was going to fix her career if she ever got the chance, before saying she wouldn’t get the chance.
At one point, she tells the officer that the arrest is going to be “the most famous arrest you ever made.”
“You don’t understand. I’m elected. I’m a senator. People will be like, ‘The senator got arrested,'” Warren said.
New York City has a lot of rules about which roads trucks and commercial vehicles can and can't access throughout the city, and it's for a very good reason: so that giant trucks aren't pulverizing cars, smashing fire hydrants, and generally causing chaos on residential streets. What happens when trucks don't follow the rules? THIS!
investigators were scrambling Wednesday to determine the cause of a crash that killed all 176 people on board a plane that came down shortly after takeoff from Tehran's international airport.
The Boeing 737 jet, operated by Ukraine International Airlines, took off early on Wednesday en route to the Ukrainian capital Kiev with 167 passengers and nine crew on board.
Earlier reports from Iranian state media had said 180 people were on board Flight PS752.
Eighty-two Iranians, 63 Canadians, and 11 Ukrainians died in the crash, according to a tweet from Ukrainian foreign minister Vadym Prystaiko.
Last Friday evening, December 20, a locomotive ran down two people at the Irpen station in the Kiev region of Ukraine. The moment of emergency hit the lens of the surveillance camera.
A woman and a young man tried to cross the railway lines, but did not notice the approaching locomotive, which knocked down pedestrians. From the blow people were thrown aside.
According to local authorities, both victims survived. The lady escaped with minor injuries, which can not be said about her friend in misfortune.
The young man was hospitalized with a closed head injury, a bruise of the frontoparietal region of the head, a blunt abdominal injury and a broken rib. He was urgently operated on and placed in the intensive care unit.
Surveillance video from inside and outside the Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport shows a speeding truck driving across the taxiway before crashing into the airport wall and into the baggage claim area.