Tree Crashes on House in Windstorm (Spokane, WA) Freak storm with up to 75 mph winds takes out trees all over Spokane. Houses, cars, power lines, cell phone towers were destroyed everywhere. Total disaster zone as old trees are snapped like twigs by high winds.
It’s raining fish in Malta In St. Paul Bay in Malta a violent storm with winds over 130 km / ha caused such a swell that fish were thrown on the road and nearby cars.
A newly discovered species of jumping spider from Australia Named after Lake Unicup in Western Australia, Maratus unicup is one of two new peacock spider species named by biologists Jürgen Otto and David Hill. The species is notable for its courtship display in which the male performs a peculiar dance – swinging its abdomen from side to side – while the female watches.
Handbrake forgotten in a ferry The driverless car slides over the ferry cover. I was just gonna shoot the waves in the storm I was lucky enough to get a video of the car moving by itself. June 14, 2018 / Haugesund, Norway.
Berowra Road Rage Occurred on January 2, 2018 / Berowra, New South Wales, Australia "This was a Road rage incident that captured on my dashcam. I intervened during a fight between a car driver and a motorcyclist."
Out of Control Driver Runs Over Another Car Occurred on November 9, 2017 / Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia "While visiting a friend, I thought I'd found a great car park right out front of where we were. After visiting my friend for about an hour, I was about to leave. An announcement came over the PA asking for the drivers of two cars, one with my registration number, to come to the reception area immediately. When I arrived at reception I saw police cars, fire trucks, and ambulances everywhere. Luckily nobody was killed. The ninety-six year old driver was taken to hospital with leg and spinal injuries. I'm guessing he mixed up the accelerator and brake. The car landed on top of mine and the one next to mine. Both were destroyed and taken away on tow trucks. Luckily my front and rear dashcams recorded the whole thing."
Trucker Hits Driver in Blindspot Occurred on October 20, 2017 / Liverpool, New South Whales, Australia "The truck driver merged into the left lane, but he did not realize that my car was right next to him. He then clipped my car from the back which made it spin on the highway. I then came to a stop by hitting the middle strip."
Rescuing a Cute Koala Occurred on August 27, 2017 / Ulupna Island Murray River, Victoria, Australia "A group of students with a sessional lecturer from Latrobe University Bendigo Outdoor and Environmental Education degree were canoeing on the Murray River at Ulupna Island. We had been on the river since Thursday and there was minor flood levels at the time which is quite normal for the area. Sunday morning we stopped on the banks to check a fast flowing section when we saw this koala sitting in the branch of a tree that was surrounded by water. Matt, one of the students paddled closer to get a photo and noticed the koala was eyeing off his canoe and looked to be trying to get closer and maybe jump on board, so he pushed the boat over closer to the tree and the koala jumped on board straight away to be ferried back to shore. Once he was back on dry land you could see his back legs were wet so we guessed that he has maybe tried to swim back to shore but decided the current was maybe too strong. Once back on shore the koala didn't seem worried about us being there at all and stuck around for a while taking a drink from the river."
Crocodile Feeding Occurred on June 8, 2017 / Prince Regent River, Kimberley, Western Australia "Discarded fish scraps attracted the interests of several sharks and a big salt water crocodile. The croc swam up to the boat and waited, ignoring the scraps but had his mouth open and ready. Another scrap was thrown into the water and a shark darted in to claim it, but the croc quickly latched into the shark's head and swam away to a nearby mangrove."
You Lookin At Me?! Occurred on March 2, 2017 / Lake Bathurst, NSW, Australia "I had followed this Roo for about 1 kilometre, and it just stayed on the road. Unfortunately, if you pass them, they will often jump sideways straight into your car. The Roo decided he had a better plan and thought he'd go for fight over flight!"