Wheels fly off a bus on motorway in China
Wheels fly off a bus on motorway in China
Huge pet raccoon snoozes on bed with dogs
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Dramatic CCTV footage has emerged from China capturing the moment a bus suddenly lost two wheels on a motorway in Jiangsu Province earlier this month. The wheels can be seen bouncing across the central division of the motorway while the bus veers from side to side before the driver manages to navigate it to safety on the hard shoulder. According to local news reports twenty-eight passengers were travelling on the bus when the accident happened and everyone, including the driver, escaped without injury.
A bizarre video has emerged of a huge domesticated raccoon resting on a bed with four dogs. In the footage, captured at a home in Marietta, GA, US on Saturday, ‘Lilly’ a six-year-old raccoon can be seen reclining on a pillow while the dogs sleep at the foot of the bed. “My pet raccoon and dogs being lazy on Saturday morning,” the filmer later wrote online.
An interesting video has emerged of drones being used to create art. The footage was captured at the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, RI, US in the Wintersession class titled William Gibson, taught by artist Alexander Stewart in late January 2015.
A video has emerged of a girl failing to mount a horse in West Sussex, UK. In the footage, captured at a riding stables in Yapton earlier this month, the girl can be seen trying to mount her horse when it suddenly bolts and throws her to the ground. The experienced rider, who drove herself to hospital after the fall, later wrote online: “I have more or less recovered I've only sprained my wrist” - and was back on her horse soon after recovering.
A dramatic video has emerged from China of fire fighters cutting a piece of a water pipe off a young girl’s head. In the footage, captured during the rescue in Fujian Province last year, the eighteen-month-old girl is consoled by her mother while firemen use special equipment to cut through the plastic pipe. According to local news reports, the girl suffered a few grazes on forehead but escaped serious injuries.
Footage of processions during Poy Sang Long celebrations in Wat Ku Tao in Chiang Mai, Thailand on Sunday. The filmer later wrote online: “Bobbing along in a sea of gold. Boys of the Shan tribe typically become monks once in their lives. During the Poy Sang Long festival, they dress like princes and wear makeup, remembering the Buddha who was a prince who gave up his wealth. Donors give them basic necessities and they are carried on the shoulders of male relatives before ordaining. This Burmese festival takes place in Myanmar and Northern Thailand.” -- Bobbing along in a sea of gold. Boys of the Shan tribe typically become monks once in their lives. During the Poy Sang Long festival,they dress like princes and wear makeup,remembering the Buddha who was a prince who gave up his wealth. Donors give them basic necessities and they are carried on the shoulders of male relatives before ordaining. This Burmese festival takes place in Myanmar and Northern Thailand. This video was shot in Wat Ku Tao in Chiang Mai.
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