Tuesday, July 17, 2012
In the News- Crashing vehicles and two large animals...
So because I have six things to report tonight, I'm going to give a short summary and then link you.
Reporters in Canada barely escape landslide.
Reporting for Canada's Global News, several journalists barely escaped disaster. The journalists and another boat moved safetly away but the other boat just barely outran the mass of debris barrowling towards them. Sadly, while these reporters were lucky, four people were lost in the landslide although one man's body was found. The three other ones are still missing. To watch the video and read all of it, click here.
21-pound lobster is making news.
SUV crashes down elevator shaft,
A lucky parking attendant fell four floors and some how survived. Apparently he managed to drive into an empty car elevator shaft and after falling, it took 45 minutes to rescue Steven Morales who was trapped inside the Lexus SUV. After diving down 40 feet, the SUV landed unside down with its roof and hood crushed, the windows gone, and the doors dented. The second parking attendant is okay and the cause of the accident is still unknown. Read and watch the video, here.
If you're escaping a crime, stealing a plane isn't as easy as it looks in the movies...
Brian Joseph Hedglin, 40, an airplane captian, tried to escape authories but when he tried to escape in a 50-seat jetliner, he clipped the wing of another airplane and crashed through the fence. Afterwards, he apparently shot himself. He was charged with killing his 39-year-old girlfriend, Christina Lopez Cornejo. they were apparently also both members of the Colorado National Guard. Her body was found Friday at home. You can read the whole story by clicking here.
Four guys from State Farm built a half 1968 Camaro and another car, and then put the two together in what's a discontenting looking car. While it looks photoshop, the car is real and although it doesn't drive well, it still works. And since I don't understand all of what they're saying, you can view the whole article here and see more pictures.
6-foot lizard on the loose...