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Couple Gets Married on Flight from Las Vegas to Baltimore1m00s

Couple Gets Married on Flight from Las Vegas to Baltimore

Skylee Campbell captured the beautiful moment Renee and Michael, identified only by their first names, got married in the middle of a flight from Baltimore to Las Vegas on June 17. According to reports, the pilot officiated the wedding over the airplane’s intercom system and guests were served soda and peanuts as they witnessed the event. Credit: Skylee Campbell via Storyful

Jubilant Soccer Fans Celebrate Japan's World Cup Opening Win in Tokyo1m50s

Jubilant Soccer Fans Celebrate Japan's World Cup Opening Win in Tokyo

Soccer fans in Tokyo, Japan, spilled onto the streets of Shibuya on Tuesday, June 19, following Japan’s World Cup win over group rivals Colombia in Saransk. A clip posted to Twitter by Toyko-based sports blog Japan Running News shows two groups of fans at either side of an intersection in Shibuya waiting for traffic to pass before they join forces and celebrate in the middle of the road. Japan defeated Colombia 2-1. Credit: Japan Running News via Storyful

Rockford Fire Department Rescues People from Cars Submerged in Flooding2m13s

Rockford Fire Department Rescues People from Cars Submerged in Flooding

The Rockford Fire Department rescued people from cars submerged in rising floodwater in Rockford, Illinois, on Monday, June 18. Several counties in northern Illinois, including Winnebago and Boone, were under flood warnings Monday after 3 to 5 inches of rain fell in less than four hours, according to local news reports. Several hospitals reported flooding, and the National Weather Service said the fire department made rescues from 15 vehicles. This video shows the Rockford Fire Department and volunteers rescuing people stuck in cars. One car can be seen standing vertically in the video, and the water appeared waist-high or above. All roads that were closed re-opened on Tuesday, according to news reports, and there were no reported injuries or major damage at that time. Credit: Gary Marchlewicz via Storyful

Tunisian Fans Gathered at Roman Amphitheater Celebrate Equalizer as Team Runs England Close1m14s

Tunisian Fans Gathered at Roman Amphitheater Celebrate Equalizer as Team Runs England Close

Tunisia fans congregated at the Roman amphitheater in El Djem on June 18 to watch their team take on England in the World Cup. Hamdi Othmen shared a clip of fans celebrating Ferjani Sassi’s penalty in the 35th minute, which made it 1-1 and took Tunisia to the brink of a famous draw. England’s Harry Kane had other ideas though, breaking Tunisian hearts with a stoppage-time winner. Credit: Hamdi Othmen via Storyful

Residents of Rohingya Refugee Camp Relocate Due to Risk of Landslides35s

Residents of Rohingya Refugee Camp Relocate Due to Risk of Landslides

Residents of a Rohingya refugee camp in Balukhali, Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, were relocated on June 14, due to an increased risk of landslides in the area from monsoon rains. Heavy rain in Cox’s Bazar caused destruction and mudslides in camps where hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees are living. At least three people died and some 2,000 were displaced, ReliefWeb said on June 18. Credit: Abdullah Al Mamun via Storyful

Children Enjoy Wooden Ferris Wheel at Rohingya Refugee Camp46s

Children Enjoy Wooden Ferris Wheel at Rohingya Refugee Camp

A number of Ferris wheels were constructed at camps for Rohingya migrants in Cox’s Bazar over the Eid weekend, allowing children there to have some fun as the monsoon rains that had wreaked havoc let up. Heavy rain caused destruction and mudslides at camps in Bangladesh where hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees are living. At least three people died and some 2,000 were displaced, ReliefWeb said on June 18. Credit: Julia Brothwell/British Red Cross via Storyful

Children Play on Ferris Wheel in Refugee Camp After Pause in Monsoon39s

Children Play on Ferris Wheel in Refugee Camp After Pause in Monsoon

A break in the monsoon rains that have wreaked havoc on Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh allowed some children to play on June 18 on a Ferris wheel constructed in a Balukhali camp. Heavy rain in Cox’s Bazar caused destruction and mudslides in camps where hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees are living. At least three people died and some 2,000 were displaced, ReliefWeb said on June 18. Credit: Siegfried Modola via Storyful

Lava River Seen 'Raging' in Hawaii on Its Way to Ocean55s

Lava River Seen 'Raging' in Hawaii on Its Way to Ocean

Fissure fountains continued to feed lava into a channel flowing into the sea at Kapoho, in Pahoa, Hawaii, the USGS said on June 18. The flow front at the coast was about 1.5 miles across, the service said, with lava meeting the sea at a “single entry, creating a large laze plume.” Local man John Kapono Carter was on hand on June 15, when he recorded this nighttime footage and noted, the “Kapoho lava river is raging right now.” Credit: John Kapono Carter via Storyful

Tennis Ball-Sized Hail Stones Fall in Boulder, Colorado34s

Tennis Ball-Sized Hail Stones Fall in Boulder, Colorado

The city of Boulder, Colorado, was pummeled by large hailstones on June 18, causing damage to cars and homes. The National Weather Service in Boulder said hail ranging from the size of a quarter to as large as a tennis ball was spotted in various areas around Boulder. Credit: MarkKtheUXGuy via Storyful

Jacksonville Restaurant Responds After Customer Shares Video of Maggots in Food29s

Jacksonville Restaurant Responds After Customer Shares Video of Maggots in Food

A Jacksonville restaurant has responded to a video shared to Facebook on June 12, which shows maggots crawling in food that is claimed to have come from its kitchen. Keondora A White shared the video to her Facebook account after she ordered takeout from Caribbean Sunrise Bakery and Restaurant, alleging that she found maggots in the dish. Caribbean Sunrise Bakery and Restaurant initially responded in a now-deleted Facebook post, stating that “all foods that could have been compromised have been discarded, and all uncooked foods are being inspected before cooking.” However, owner Denise Daley has since spoken to local media about the incident, saying “if it did happen it was an isolated incident.” The footage had over 100,000 views at the time of writing. Credit: Keondra A White via Storyful

Parents Show Us How to Exercise Indoors With Three Kids6m07s

Parents Show Us How to Exercise Indoors With Three Kids

During the winter months, it’s hard enough to find the motivation to workout… but add three kids to the mix and it will all go out the window. David Freiheit and his wife have managed to come up with a routine that works for them. The pair show us just how it’s done in this clip and include their kids. Credit: Viva Frei via Storyful

'Lil Billy' Has Summertime Woes as His Air Conditioner Stops Working59s

'Lil Billy' Has Summertime Woes as His Air Conditioner Stops Working

Lil Billy was having a stressful day on June 5, when the air conditioner in his house in Waco, Texas stopped working. The parody character played by Charles Outlaw recounted the steps he took to try to fix it, before discovering that a gecko had climbed into the machine. Showing a part of the air conditioner to the camera Lil Billy said, “It went up into the capacitor and it got fried!” Credit: Charles Outlaw via Storyful

Snake Welcomes Rain Shower in Humid Rainforest32s

Snake Welcomes Rain Shower in Humid Rainforest

This is one thirsty snake. Cesar Barrio-Amoros captured this incredible footage during a rainstorm in Costa Rica. The vibrantly colored snake was enjoying the cool shower and couldn’t help but drink the refreshing water. Credit: cesarlba via Storyful

Magnificent Dog Spotted Riding High in the Back of Pickup Truck48s

Magnificent Dog Spotted Riding High in the Back of Pickup Truck

Lindsay Coe’s long drive across the Canadian border was brightened up by a rare pooch sighting. While on the highway, Lindsay spotted a magnificent dog riding high in the back of a pickup truck. After uploading the footage to Facebook on June 15 Lindsay wrote, “20/10 would speed to catch him and follow him all the way to Canada again.” Credit: ‎Lindsay Coe‎ via Storyful

Mouse Found Crawling Among Burger Buns at Oklahoma Wendy's33s

Mouse Found Crawling Among Burger Buns at Oklahoma Wendy's

Employees at a Wendy’s in Catoosa, Oklahoma, have shared videos online of a mouse crawling in a bag of burger buns, prompting the restaurant chain to respond. Samantha Nibbelink, an employee of Wendy’s in Catoosa, recorded this footage on June 10. She told KJRH in Tulsa that when she alerted her manager to the discovery she was told to “just take a new rack of buns.” A second employee posted a similar video several days later which gained the attention of local media, prompting Wendy’s to respond to the incident. Both employees said they noticed multiple health code violations at the restaurant. Wendy’s told KJRH in Tulsa that they were “aware of this situation” and taking the matter “very seriously.” “We immediately launched an investigation with our pest control vendor and internal quality assurance experts to ensure immediate and appropriate action is taken,” the Wendy’s statement said. A health department official visited the branch of Wendy’s following the incident and found no violation upon inspection, KJRH quoted Wendy’s as saying. Credit: Samantha Nibbelink via Storyful

Terminally Ill Man Wells Up as He Meets Newborn Great-Granddaughter1m14s

Terminally Ill Man Wells Up as He Meets Newborn Great-Granddaughter

A terminally ill man who was a patient at a hospital in Voorhees Township, New Jersey, got to share a special moment with his newborn great-granddaughter before it was too late. Joy Caitlyn Phero shared a video of her beloved “Pop Pop” meeting her daughter, Chloe, on June 13. Phero thanked the hospital staff for helping to arrange the special visit, writing, “In his words his life is now complete just because of this moment.” In the video, the elderly man wells up with emotion as the baby is wheeled into his room in an incubator. Phero’s grandfather died on June 18. Credit: Joy Caitlyn Phero via Storyful

Invading the Field at the College World Series Was the Worst Idea This Guy Ever Had41s

Invading the Field at the College World Series Was the Worst Idea This Guy Ever Had

This Arkansas Razorbacks fan should’ve had a great day at the College World Series on June 17. His team had an impressive victory over the Texas Longhorns. However, his memories of the day will largely consist of being on the wrong end of a brutal tackle. During a rain delay, he was filmed by a fellow baseball fan running on to the field of play, only to get tackled by a security guard in a move that one sports reporter attending the game compared to a hit from NFL star Jadeveon Clowney. Credit: Spencer Gibson via Storyful

England Fans Showered in Beer as Wild Celebrations Greet Harry Kane Winner1m23s

England Fans Showered in Beer as Wild Celebrations Greet Harry Kane Winner

England fans were facing another poor start for their team at the World Cup on June 18, tied 1-1 with Tunisia with time running out. Then, up popped Harry Kane to head home the winner, sparking wild celebrations. Fans seen here gathered in Peterborough were immediately showered in beer as cups were thrown aloft in the melee that followed Kane’s goal. Anyone for a refill? Credit: @tomstent via Storyful

Torrential Rain Causes Flooding in Rockford55s

Torrential Rain Causes Flooding in Rockford

The city of Rockford, Illinois, was hit with a torrential downpour on June 18 that caused flash floods, road closures and evacuations. The Rockford Register Star reported that multiple roadways were flooded, including Auburn Street, Charles Street, Guilford Road, Jackson Street, Prospect Street and Fairview Boulevard. The storm also caused power outages and manholes to pop from their casings. Mercyheath Hospital in the city was forced to evacuate patients as floodwaters ran through its corridors. Credit: tattufreak via Storyful

Meet the Man Documenting Hawaii's Worst Eruptions In Decades2m08s

Meet the Man Documenting Hawaii's Worst Eruptions In Decades

Warren Fintz, a professional lava photographer, has recorded a bank of impressive footage since recent eruptions began in Hawaii. His documentation of this powerful force of nature has been of great importance in the telling of this story worldwide. Credit: Warren Fintz via Storyful

Pomeranian Has Never-Ending Fun With Backyard Tennis Game48s

Pomeranian Has Never-Ending Fun With Backyard Tennis Game

Vicky Kristic found a novel way of keeping her pooch entertained in the Queensland sun. The footage uploaded to Facebook on June 11, shows little Jackson playing with a tetherball that Vicky originally bought for her grandchildren. Vicky wrote on Facebook, “$12 item that the kids get bored with, won’t bore your dog… it keeps my dog occupied for ages.” Credit: Vicky Kristic via Storyful

Overexcited England Fan Crashes Through Roof of Bar After Harry Kane Goal33s

Overexcited England Fan Crashes Through Roof of Bar After Harry Kane Goal

England fans were sent into delirium on June 18, as striker Harry Kane grabbed an injury-time winner against Tunisia in England’s opening game of World Cup 2018. However, one fan celebrating in London’s Flat Iron Square got a little overexcited. Musician Mike Watson captured the scene as a fan dancing on the roof of a bar in the outdoor market area, crashed through to the ground below him. Watson’s footage of the fall had over 100,000 views at the time of writing. While, thankfully, another England fan was able to confirm that the man who took the tumble was relatively okay. Credit: mikewatsonmusic via Storyful

Funnel Cloud Spotted Over Brookhaven, Mississippi29s

Funnel Cloud Spotted Over Brookhaven, Mississippi

The National Weather Service Jackson Mississippi said it would investigate reports of a possible tornado in Brookhaven causing damage in the Lincoln County city on Monday, June 18. Ellie Davis captured video of a funnel cloud over Brookhaven on the day. Credit: Ellie Davis via Storyful

Rockford Streets Hit Hard by Flash Flooding1m44s

Rockford Streets Hit Hard by Flash Flooding

The streets of Rockford, Illinois were filled with rainwater on June 18, 2018 as a torrential downpour hit the city. The Rockford Register Star reported that multiple roadways were flooded including Auburn Street, Charles Street, Guilford Road, Jackson Street, Prospect Street and Fairview Boulevard, and the storm had also caused power outages and caused manholes to pop from their casings. This footage, taken by North 2nd Street and Market Street, shows a glimpse of the flooded intersection. The uploader can also be heard speaking about recent drainage problems within the city. Credit: Jon Bystrom via Storyful