Nuke? UFO? Or simply a particularly bright fireball meteor?
Btw, it was filmed in the Sverdlovsk region, Russia.
The rocket carrying food, water and supplies was heading for the International Space Station but never reached it and never will..
This happened in Makhachkala, the capital city of the Republic of Dagestan, Russia. 4 people were injured.
People in the Czech Republic gathered to watch a factory being demolished but one spectator almost got hit by a stray piece of rubble.
The driver who crashed the Toyota Camry into the gas station is a 69-year-old man who apparently went into a diabetic shock right before losing control of his car. See how the police officer drags his unconscious body out of the vehicle.
Know that he is alive and recovering, suffering only from minor injuries.
Sodium is a soft, silver-white metal highly reactive to water.
SKip to 0:45 to see directly the reaction.
The truck driver was waving at the train to slow down but the train was unable to stop in time.
As they were hiding in a safe place, the demolition crew only noticed the deer once they watched the video...
A 116-meter-high (380 feet), 32-story, 50,000-ton university tower built in 1972 was razed to the ground in a matter of seconds yesterday in Frankfurt, Germany.
It's the tallest-ever building in Europe to be demolished by a blast. They used 950 kilograms of explosives that they inserted into 1,500 strategically placed drilled holes.
If you're lucky enough to avoid crazy road rage incidents and deadly car crashes, Mother Russia has plenty of other ways to mess with your life
This why it’s important not to believe everything you see on the news, ‘cause once you get the full video, the story is quite different…
Despite what’s written on the dashcam video, the crash happened on Monday. All seven crew members aboard the aircraft perished in the crash.
A fertilizer plant north of Waco Texas exploded yesterday evening as firefighters were battling a fire.
The blast shook houses 50 miles away and measured as a 2.1-magnitude seismic event, according to the United States Geological Survey.
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