This is the moment an exhausted surgeon collapses twice at the end of a shift breaking two of his front teeth on impact after doing back-to-back surgeries for two weeks in a row.
Yang Wenkai, head of general surgery at Dazhu People’s Hospital in China’s south-western province of Sichuan, said he did not remember fainting twice on New Year’s Eve and had to watch surveillance footage to understand what had happened.
Footage from 31st December shows Doctor Yang having just completed another double shift and preparing to go home.
So this shitshow has spread like wildfire all over Twitter and Facebook. A warehouse in Ponce filled with abandoned supplies for those affected by Hurricane Maria has been discovered. Intentionally hidden from the public since 2017.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico -- Gov. Wanda Vázquez fired the heads of Puerto Rico's housing and family departments Sunday in the latest fallout over the discovery of a warehouse filled with emergency supplies dating from Hurricane Maria.
The removal of Housing Secretary Fernando Gil and Department of Family Secretary Glorimar Andújar came a day after the governor fired the director of Puerto Rico's emergency management agency. Vázquez fired him hours after a video posted to Facebook shows a warehouse in Ponce filled with thousands of cases of water and other much-needed supplies that are believed to have dated back to the hurricane that struck the island in 2017, ABC News has learned.
"In the last days there have been actions by members of the government that are not acceptable"... I will not permit this type of conduct in my government," Vazquez said.
The governor says that she would refer any findings from the investigation to the relevant authorities for prosecution.
"There are thousands of people who have made sacrifices to bring help to the south, and it is unforgivable that resources have been kept in a warehouse," she said.
The video was published on social media by a group of Kurds who were expelled from Afrin in Syria.
Date and location is not clear, however, it is most likely that the brutal incident occurred in the Aegean Sea.
The fate of the refugees is unknown.
Turkey’s coast guard has long been accused of taking harsh measures to prevent an estimated 60,000 to new refugees attempting to cross the Aegean and reach Europe.
ATLANTA — Police say an officer shot an attempted robber who was holding a victim at gunpoint in a parking garage at Lenox Square mall Saturday.
Police said in a press conference Saturday night that an officer who was patrolling the mall was alerted to an armed robbery in progress in a parking garage near the food court.
“The sergeant went to the scene of the parking garage, where he witnessed two individuals robbing another individual at gunpoint," Deputy Chief Jeff Glazier said. “The sergeant ordered the suspect who had a gun to drop the gun. The suspect refused, so our sergeant fired multiple times at the suspect, striking him twice."
The officer shot the robber twice, in the arm and chest. He was taken to the hospital in serious condition at Atlanta Medical Center. The other robber wasn’t injured and was taken into police custody.
Police have released new surveillance video they say shows a man beating his girlfriend in a violent attack in Harriman.
They say that after Jay Vasquez-Paulino was captured, they had to let him go.
Vasquez-Paulino is allegedly seen repeatedly punching and kicking his girlfriend in a violent rage.
The attack occurred at the couple's job, Superior Package Company - in front of dozens of people.
Police say Vasquez-Paulino is seen punching his girlfriend four times in a hallway before taking a 12-inch kitchen knife from his backpack and slipping it up his shirt.
They say the Bronx man is then seen throwing a phone and kicking his girlfriend, punching her again another two times.
Orange County District Attorney Dave Hoovler says Vasquez-Paulino was arrested and charged with four misdemeanors, but under the state's new bail reform they were unable to protect the victim.
Hoovler says the case spotlights a dangerous flaw in current law.
Hoovler says despite the violent nature of the attack, more serious charges couldn't be filed because the victim only sustained minor injuries and the knife was not used.
Trumbull Conn — Police arrested two people Wednesday after a group of people caused a commotion that injured a restaurant employee and caused over $1,000 in damage in the food court of Westfield Trumbull mall.
“A customer who had complained about their food assaulted an employee of Sarku Japan Restaurant,” police said in a statement.
According to police, a woman later identified as Hilary Nolasco-Delobre, 18, of Waterbury, was part of a group of five people. At about 4:30 p.m. she approached an employee at Sarku Japan and complained about the size of the portion she had received.
Nolasco-Delobre and Myles were both charged with second-degree breach of peace and released on a promise to appear in court. Nolasco-Delobre’s court date is Jan. 24 and Myles is scheduled to appear Jan. 22.
ABILENE, Texas (KTXS) - Abilene police said the stabbing that landed two students in the hospital started as a dispute as far back as last school year.
According to Police Chief Stan Standridge, the suspect, 16, and the "primary victim," who's 15, agreed to fight each other.
Standridge said two friends came with the victim -- including the person who shot video that is circulating on social media.
What the "primary victim" did not know is the suspect was armed with a knife.
Standridge said the weapon was contained within the suspect's hand -- like brass knuckles -- only it had a 4-6" long sharp object attached to it.
The suspect punched the primary victim, causing "four to five punctures/slashes."
The second victim was then stabbed in the upper torso causing serious bodily injury.
The suspect was arrested at his home and charged with two counts of aggravated assault.
Dr. David Young said both victims -- who are 15-years-old -- are in stable condition.
"Our hearts and our prayers go out to them and their families," said Young.
An alarming bullying incident on a school bus caught on video raises troubling questions about how the driver and school district handled the incident. The video shows a Texas 5-year-old being attacked by other kids. The driver appears to do nothing, despite pleas from the little girl. As Omar Villafranca reports, her mom wants that driver fired.
A violent rampage caught on surveillance camera shows a man destroying display counters and assaulting a security guard inside of a Bloomingdales in Norwalk.
The incident happened on Tuesday at the department store located on 100 Waterstreet around 6:45 pm. Justin Gilbertie entered the SoNo collection inside of the department store and started knocking down items from display units.
One of the security guards confronted Gilberte, but he retaliated, punched the guard, and continued to throw cosmetic products.
Another security guard attempted to pepper spray Gilberte with little success.
When officers arrived at the scene, they were able to restrain Gilberte after a brief struggle.
Officers say that a security guard and another person sustained minor injuries.
Security camera footage captured the collapse of a two-story building in the District’s Trinidad neighborhood Wednesday, moments after two people crossed a nearby street and a firetruck returning from a call pulled up.
Video of the partial collapse of the building, a store at 1102 Staples St. NE that was being converted into an apartment building, was captured on a security camera across the street and shared on Twitter.
The video shows two people crossing the street near the building as its facade slowly peels away and crashes to the ground in a cloud of dust. The firetruck that appeared, almost instantaneously, was on its way back to a nearby station, the District fire department said on its Twitter page.
A passerby was hit by debris from the building, a fire department spokesman said.
Surveillance video captured a group of gun store bandits whose December smash-and-grab resulted in dozens of stolen guns flooding Houston streets.
The heist happened shortly before 4 a.m. on Dec. 21 at Fountain Firearms in the 9400 block of Texas Highway 6 west of Houston.
The driver of a white Toyota Tundra quickly reversed into the store, breaking the front door and creating a crook's entrance for eight suspects to pour into, according to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
A woman has been arrested after walking through Miami International Airport in nothing but dark blue underwear in a surreal episode.
She was first spotted strolling past baggage claim, singing aloud to herself. The woman proceeded to remove all items of clothing, exit the airport building and mount a police car before being taken into custody.
MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A woman walking through the baggage claim area of Miami International Airport while casually removing all of her clothes is now in custody for a mental evaluation.
It was just before midnight when stunned passengers spotted the woman walking by in her dark blue underwear.
Cellphone video shows the woman appears to be singing as she calmly takes off her clothes while walking through the area.
Eventually, she is nude in the middle of the airport.
A Current Affair reporter Sam Cucciara found himself in the middle of a neighborhood dispute and soaking wet courtesy of a trigger happy gentleman with a garden hose.
The Channel 9 journalist was covering a story in Blackburn in Melbourne’s east involving public housing tenants on one side of the street and a disability pensioner on the other.
Margaret Stokes, 59, told ACA she is terrified of her neighbors and too scared to leave the house.
“I would not be surprised if they killed us,” Margaret told the program.
“I can’t do anything. I’m just trapped.”
When Cucciara and the camera crew approached Margaret’s neighbors, Rob Rakei and his daughter Sage, he was met by several youths with a garden hose who began spraying him directly in the face and soaking his clothes.
A massive blaze at a chemical plant in the Spanish port city of Tarragona has now been brought under control by firefighters, emergency services said.
The blast, which took place 115 kilometers southwest of Barcelona, on Tuesday evening, was heard as far away as 50 kilometers and shook the walls of houses, residents told a local radio station.
At least one person is dead and eight seriously injured, authorities said.
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An elderly landlord trying to collect $200 from his tenant died after allegedly being shoved down a flight of steps.
Edgar Moncayo, 71, was trying to collect rent on Sunday, January 12, at his building in Corona, Queens, New York, when 22-year-old tenant Alex Garces allegedly pushed him down the front stairs, police have said.
The incident was caught on surveillance footage outside the building, and captures the moment the landlord was caught off guard when the front door to the building was pulled open and he was apparently violently pushed.
The footage appears to show 71-year-old Edgar talking on his mobile phone on the steps of his property on 102nd Street, at approximately 3pm, when the door of the building suddenly jerks open.
A brief scuffle between Edgar and his tenant, identified by sources as 22-year-old Garces, then ensues before the landlord is seemingly pushed down the red-brick staircase, as per the video, which was obtained by CBS New York.
The footage then shows Edgar falling down the eight-stair flight before hitting the pavement below, where he lays motionless after his head hits the ground.
Edgar’s grandson, 20-year-old Nicolas Jativa, told the New York Post his granddad was pronounced dead at 12:30pm on Monday, January 13, after being on life support with head trauma at NYC Health + Hospitals.
Video recorded and uploaded from Iran shows Iranian police taming to the streets to disburse peaceful protests, calling for the resignation of Ayatullah Khamenei in light of the shooting down of Ukranian airlines over Tehran,
Police are seen beating protesters with clubs as well as tasing them.
The previous night, shots were heard although no deaths have been reported by the civilians.
A video circulating on social media shows a resident of Hong Kong falling out of a 29th story window. It can be clearly seen he is not jumping, even though the police are calling it a suicide. As the video shows, the man seems to be unconscious as he is pushed out of the window headfirst.
The Chinese-backed police deny any wrongdoing and claim the man tossed himself out the window, committing suicide.
Videos posted on Twitter show crowds of civilians screaming in terror and running down streets with gunfire heard in the background.
Several reports are now emerging from the capital that Iranian soldiers are firing at the crowds.
Local media footage showed a woman with blood pouring from what appeared to be a gunshot wound.
Pro-government gunmen have opened fire on demonstrators in Tehran, according to local reports, just hours after Trump warned 'do not kill your protesters.'
Local media footage showed a woman with blood pouring from a purported gunshot wound in the Iranian capital center amid furious protests against the Ayatollah's regime.
Other images showed a 'militiaman' holding a shotgun running away from the scene as a crowd gathered around the woman who was allegedly killed not far from the iconic Azadi Square.
Thousands have flocked to the streets of the Iranian capital after the government admitted that a passenger jet carrying 176 people had been downed by a missile last week.
Video also showed a crowd of several hundred at the university refusing to trample on large US and Israeli flags that had been laid down in the path of the march. Those that did walk on the flags were chastised by other protesters, the Haaretz daily newspaper reported. The video did not identify which university was involved.
“They are lying that our enemy is America; our enemy is right here,” chanted some protesters in Tehran, according to a report from the Reuters new agency.
Watch as this Russian newscaster has her segment interrupted by her daughter trying to hand her phone to her. Mom is not amused. It's Russia after all, zero sense of humor.
A group of Iranian protesters has demanded Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and other senior leaders step down after Tehran admitted its forces mistakenly shot down a Ukrainian passenger plane, killing all 176 people on board.
"Commander-in-chief [Khamenei] resign, resign," videos posted on Twitter showed hundreds of people chanting in front of Tehran's Amir Kabir University on Saturday.
Protesters chanted slogans denouncing "liars" and demanded the resignation and prosecution of those responsible for downing the plane and allegedly covering up the accidental action.
Drug cartel members in the northern border city of Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, across from Laredo, Texas, recently hijacked trucks to form blockades on major avenues and temporarily block international bridges, according to Mexican authorities.
A state security agency in Mexico, the Coordinating Group for the Construction of Peace in Tamaulipas, reported that armed men carjacked civilians and seized large trucks, using them to blockade main streets, including some leading to international border bridges, according to CBS Austin. Initial reports did not indicate bridge or freight operations at crossings had been affected yet.
The violence has prompted the U.S. consulate in Nuevo Laredo to release a travel warning advisory.
Video filmed August 26, 2019 in Iran's Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad province shows an 11-year-old girl marrying her cousin, who is 22.
Article 1041 of Iran’s Civil Code sets the marriage age at 13 for girls and 15 for boys – if they have their parents’ consent. But if families want to marry off a daughter who is 12 or younger – or a boy 14 or younger – they can ask a judge to declare them “intellectually mature” enough for marriage. According to official statistics, in 5.5 percent of Iranian marriages, the brides are under 15.
The footage, posted on social media on September 1 and shown on state TV, caused widespread outrage. Two days later, the public prosecutor annulled the marriage and said he was indicting the mullah and the girl’s parents for an illegal underage marriage. The families, however, told the media they will try to remarry the couple.
DOVER, N.H. -- An irate protester interrupted the start of Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren’s campaign event here Friday, angrily accusing the Massachusetts senator of “siding with terrorists” amid the conflict between the United States and Iran.
“You’re siding with Iran,” the protester said to Warren, before being ushered out. “Why are you siding with terrorists?”
Warren responded as the crowd booed at the protester: “This is a man who’s deeply upset. It’s all right. It’s time for you to leave.”
ORLANDO, Fla. — A 26-year-old Windermere man fired an AR-15 rifle in downtown Orlando early Thursday, the Orlando Police Department said.
Police said Ryan Sarjoo shot the gun shortly before 3 a.m. near South Orange Avenue and East Pine Street.
A witness said he saw Sarjoo arguing with another man when he grabbed the rifle and fired a shot into the air before placing the rifle in a BMW and cocking a Glock handgun, an arrest report said.
The report said an officer said Sarjoo did not appear to understand that he made the wrong decision by firing his gun because people wanted to fight him.
Sarjoo was arrested on charges of openly carrying firearms. Police said additional charges of discharging a firearm in public and improper exhibition of dangerous weapons or firearms are being filed with the state attorney’s office.
“The Orlando Police will work closely with the state attorney’s office to request any and all additional charges to be filed, as this type of reckless behavior will not be tolerated in our city,” Orlando police Chief Orlando Rolón said in a statement.
So this happened in Mocuba city, Mozambique. The coffin covered with a red cloth and a white cross was found in front of a house. According to reports, a witch was trying to kill someone who lives in that house. The traditional authorities and traditional doctors("curandeiros" not to be confused with normal witches) were called to the place and when they arrived, to everyone's surprise, a cat(seen in the video) came out of the casket. The "curandeiros" also found candles, corn, and fresh pieces of flesh/meat inside the tiny casket. The curandeiros claim that the cat must be killed in order to break the spell, and according to them when they kill the kitty the witch who made the ritual will also die within two weeks. The man in the brown uniform who is a traditional authority(a regulo) has given a green light to kill the kitty, however they're still uncertain of wether or not to do it since according to the curandeiros one of the witches is a family member of the landlord(the lady with the orange shirt).
Ukraine is probing whether a passenger jet that crashed in Iran was shot down by a missile fired from a Russian-built air-defence system.
Photos circulating on social media allegedly show a fragment of a rocket, and posts claim the debris was found near the site where Ukrainian International Airlines flight 752 went down, killing all 176 on board.
Kyiv has sent investigators to Iran and they are probing a number of potential scenarios, including whether the plane was downed by a Russian-made Tor-M1 surface-to-air missile, a type used by Iran's military.
KYIV, Ukraine — Investigators will look into the possibility that a missile shot down the Ukrainian passenger jet that crashed in Iran, a senior Ukrainian official said on Thursday, but he did not rule out a range of other possibilities for the disaster that killed at least 176 people.
The official, Oleksiy Danilov, secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, said that investigators were following up on unconfirmed reports that fragments of a Russian-made Tor surface-to-air missile — a system used by Iran — had been found near where the plane came down.
Ukraine was negotiating with Iran to allow the investigators to search the crash site near Tehran for possible rocket fragments, he told Censor.net, a Ukrainian news outlet.
“Remember Richard Spencer?” Behar asked this morning in bringing up some “good news.” “He’s basically the organizer of Unite the Right, the white nationalist group that was marching in Charlottesville, he was all in for Trump. Not anymore.”
She read his tweet and said, “Wow. That’s interesting.” The audience clapped after Behar read Spencer’s comments.
Las Vegas police need help to identify and locating a man who punched a military veteran in his 60s last month on a public bus, causing the man to lose his right eye.
The attack occurred around 5:15 p.m. Dec. 13 and was captured by security cameras on the bus. A video of the attack was released Wednesday by the Metropolitan Police Department.
According to police, the victim got on the bus on the 1000 block of Shadow Lane, near Charleston and Martin L. King boulevards. After sitting down, a man in his 30s who was seated across from him placed his feet on the victim’s lap.
After the younger man refused to move his feet, the video shows, the veteran pushed the man’s feet from his lap and stood up, at which point the younger man punched the veteran in the face.
The attacker then pulled him up to stand and punched him in the face again, knocking him to the ground, before collecting his things and walking away.
Police said the victim had to have his right eye removed because of his injuries.
The assailant has dreadlocks and was last seen wearing a durag and a blue hooded sweatshirt with the letters “BWA,” police said.
Anyone with information may contact the Metro’s Bolden Area Command investigative section at 702-828-3347. Anonymous tips may be made to Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555.