Because everything in Russia, just like in Australia, wants to kill you, this is a video of a massive ice block falling from a building and crushing a car’s windshield right as a passenger climbs in. Then both people exit the vehicle without putting the car in park or setting
Meanwhile in Russia, a semi truck experiencing brake failure crashes into a gate house, with its occupants escaping a slow-speed crushing death just in the nick of time. Great, now where are these gatekeepers supposed to sip coffee and play solitaire? “You mean vodka and Tetris.” Yes I do.
Because the Ents can’t stand your music so much one of them was willing to tear its own arm off and try to crush you with it, this is a local news report from Mar Vista, California, where a large tree branch fell and interrupted a concert in a local
This is some terrifying traffic-cam footage from Wisconsin (which I was surprised to see has such advanced roadways and not just paths carved out of cheese) of a truck sliding off an icy overpass and falling 70-feet to the roadway below. Remarkably, the driver survived, and it’s crazy to think
Because sometimes Death likes to play games, this is a video of Moto2 racer Aron Canet making his way off the track after laying his bike down during a qualifying run of the Portimao Grand Prix at the Estoril Circuit in Portugal. Like a total pro, even before he’s done
Death: it’s always lurking right around the corner. This is a security cam video from a building in Vladivostok, Russia of a man cleaning snow from his car when he hears a sound, looks up, and gets the hell out of the way just before a giant concrete slab crushes
News: sometimes it happens right before your eyes. This is a video of Fox 46 news reporter Amber Roberts reporting from atop a bridge in Hiddenite, North Carolina (about an hour south-west of Winston-Salem) where flood waters were quickly causing a bridge to sink, with a piece of it collapsing
Presumably in a bid to prove that the story of Jonah and the Whale could have really happened, these are a couple videos from Avila Beach, California where kayakers Julie McSorley and Liz Cottriel almost get swallowed by a humpback whale breaching while catching fish. Man…that must have been exhilarating.