An amateur videographer took some footage after the crash, (shown at left) but it does not compares to the surveillance footage of the actual impact, even though it was shot from behind a stand of trees. The following surveillance footage, which shows the extreme violence of the crash, would seem to confirm the theory that speed was a factor.
Video has emerged of a May 28, 2013, body-retrieval effort by South African divers that became a rescue when they found Harrison Okene alive inside the Nigerian ship that sank to the bottom. Okene was in an air pocket for three days with no food or water, and no light.
A woman was run over, dragged and pinned by an SUV at a busy intersection while riding her bike to work in Ningbo, Zhejiang province, China. Shown here is the accident and the victim’s rescue moments later by passersby. The woman’s upper body was pinned, and witnesses said she was screaming loudly.
A happy event turned into a bloodbath when a guest dancing to the popular song Gangnam Style at a wedding in Yemen opened fire to the beat with his AK-47 with a flourish of celebratory gunfire, and lost control of the weapon.
When Sean Hanlon, the now-ex husband of a very pregnant Heather Thorpe, showed police this video of her hitting her unborn child with a claw hammer, police in Birmingham, England, decided that no crime had been committed and declined to press charges — or even investigate.
Retired FBI agent Robert Frazier, a leading firearms and ballistics examiner at the time of President Kennedy’s 1963 assassination, recalls his role examining ballistic evidence in the investigation.
For those who have never seen first-hand the reaction of a woman scorned, we present this graphic video of a New Zealand woman expressing with the front end of her car, her extreme discontent with being dumped by the victim.
Raw video shot on November 13, 2013, from a helicopter responding to a call about Seminole County woman Cynthia Garza being partially submerged in a pond after running off the road. The helicopter pilot describes the action for the 911 dispatcher as a group of bystanders rescues the terrified woman before her car sinks completely under the water.
A taser is not a toy, and we at Crime Library in no way condone tasing for fun, no matter how good-natured — so never to try anything this incredibly stupid at home. That said, this video of two drunk Australian men laughing as they shock each other repeatedly may be indicative of a new trend: recreational tasing.
A group of teenage boys in New Zealand has been getting girls drunk and having sex… and then blogging publicly about it on Facebook.