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Back Yard Stream Becomes Torrent as Floods Hit Southwest France32s

Back Yard Stream Becomes Torrent as Floods Hit Southwest France

Severe flood alerts were in place for a number of departments in northwest and southwest France on June 13 and 14 following heavy rainfall. Twelve departments were affected on June 13, with warnings still in place for 11 of them the following day, forecasters said. Virginie Venturini, who recorded this video, said it showed what is normally a little stream having flooded her back yard. She called the scene apocalyptic and said it was certainly not a day for sunbathing or trampolining. Credit: Giny Ventu via Storyful

Torrential Rain and Hail Makes Serbian Streets Look Like Flowing Rivers16s

Torrential Rain and Hail Makes Serbian Streets Look Like Flowing Rivers

Heavy rain and hail across parts of Serbia caused extensive flooding on June 13, with the town of Uzice one of the worst affected. Local news reported extensive damage to cars as waters rose around them. Video posted to social media shows floodwaters and hail surging through the town, turning the streets into rushing streams. Credit: Endre Barna via Storyful

Smoke Billows From Highrise Flat in Glasgow21s

Smoke Billows From Highrise Flat in Glasgow

Smoke was seen billowing from a tower in Glasgow on Thursday, June 14. Multiple residents posted about the fire and firefighters were seen attending the scene. According to ITV the emergency services were called on the scene around 8.45 am. The incident comes on the one-year anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire in London, which killed 72 people. Credit: Ped Row via Storyful

Kind Stranger Pushes Woman Home After Her Electric Wheelchair Breaks Down2m01s

Kind Stranger Pushes Woman Home After Her Electric Wheelchair Breaks Down

Footage of one kind stranger’s good deed has gone viral after it was shared to Facebook on May 5. Bilal Quintyne, from Smyrna, Georgia, helped a woman in need get home after her electric wheelchair ran out of batteries. She asked Quintyne if he could call for help to get her home, but he did one better and pushed her home himself. “She asked if I could call for help and I said, ‘I’m in good shape. Where is your house? I’ll take you myself,’” he said in a report. The video had over two million views at the time of writing. Credit: Gifted King via Storyful

World Cup Geeks Will Love These Table Football Replicas for 2018 Tournament45s

World Cup Geeks Will Love These Table Football Replicas for 2018 Tournament

Subbuteo artist Callum Westwood is well prepared for the 2018 World Cup. In a series of videos he has showcased his bespoke collection of “table soccer” representations of the teams taking part in the tournament, which kicks off on June 14. The hand-painted collection was produced in England and all put together free hand by the scale artist, who made replicas of all the 32 nations and 64 kits that will be seen in Russia. Credit: @westwood_ts via Storyful

Clever Toddler Uses Blankets and Toys to Escape From Cot1m12s

Clever Toddler Uses Blankets and Toys to Escape From Cot

A cute toddler flexed her escape-artist muscles when she made a break for it during nap time. The mischievous little girl cleverly leaned out of her cot and piled up her blankets and toys, creating a soft landing on the ground. When everything was ready, the toddler climbed over the sides of the cot and hotfooted away. Credit: Two Turkeys via Storyful

Water Spout Churns Up Seas Off Southern Italian Coast37s

Water Spout Churns Up Seas Off Southern Italian Coast

A waterspout was seen on Wednesday, June 13, along a beach in the southern Italian town of Marina di Camerota. According to local reports from the Giornale del Cilento and La Citta di Salerno, the waterspout was sighted at about 5 pm and only lasted a few minutes. There were no reports of damage. Credit: Antonietta Perazzo via Storyful

Waterspout Spotted at Marina di Camerota Beach31s

Waterspout Spotted at Marina di Camerota Beach

A waterspout was seen on Wednesday, June 13, along a beach in the southern Italian town of Marina di Camerota. According to local reports from Giornale del Cilento and La Citta di Salerno, the waterspout was sighted at about 5 pm and only lasted a few minutes. There were no reports of damage. Credit: Marco Cafferati via Storyful

Dozens of Young Goats Run Towards Bed at Day's End2m04s

Dozens of Young Goats Run Towards Bed at Day's End

When you have no less than 53 goat kids on your farm, it’s certainly not easy to put them all to bed. But for the carers at the Sunflower Farm Creamery, the ritual leads to a memorable video with an appropriate title: the running of the goats! Credit: Sunflower Farm Creamery via Storyful

Quake on Indonesia's Madura Island Damages Dozens of Homes30s

Quake on Indonesia's Madura Island Damages Dozens of Homes

A 4.8 magnitude earthquake rattled Sumenep district, on the Indonesian island of Madura, northeast of Java, on Wednesday evening, June 13, injuring at least six people and damaging at least 77 houses, authorities said. The quake struck around 8 pm local time, reportedly when people were performing tarawih prayers, a ceremony on evenings during Ramadan. This video shows extensive damage sustained at one house in Bulaan village, which, according to a resident, Rozy Adjaa, belonged to a neighbor. Credit: Rozy Adjaa via Storyful

Scores of Crocodiles Spotted Sunbaking by Northern Territory River4m47s

Scores of Crocodiles Spotted Sunbaking by Northern Territory River

Darwin man Wade Kelly was fishing at Alligator Head, Northern Territory, early on Saturday, June 9, when he captured this footage of dozens of crocodiles sunbaking along the banks of the Daly River. ABC reported crocodile management specialist Adam Britton said this spot is well known as a great spot for fishing, and “the crocodiles know this too.” Kelly told Storyful he was lucky enough to capture the footage as the low tide coincided with the morning time while the reptiles were out catching the morning sun to warm up. “The area has extensive sandbars and deepwater bends that can house many crocs at a time,” he said. Credit: Wade Kelly via Storyful

Mesa Police Officers Seen Mocking Bloodied Suspect After Arrest, Accused of Using 'Excessive Force'2m11s

Mesa Police Officers Seen Mocking Bloodied Suspect After Arrest, Accused of Using 'Excessive Force'

Bodycam footage from a January 28 arrest in Mesa, Arizona, shows police officers forcefully detaining a man who was reportedly injured during the arrest, and later mocking him as he receives treatment in a hospital. The suspect, 23-year-old Jose Luis Conde, was in the passenger seat of a vehicle with a driver named Edwin Cabanillas when they were stopped by officers due to a missing headlight. Police documents obtained by Storyful via Conde’s attorney, Bret Royle, reveal that the officers suspected both men of drug or alcohol use and asked Conde to step out of the car. When patting Conde down, one of the officers felt what he believed were drugs in Conde’s sock, and a scuffle ensued as Conde tensed up and turned to face the officer. “Jose did not comply with orders to stop and he used a nearby pole to assist himself in standing back up while struggling with Sgt. Harris,” one of the police documents reads. “Jose attempted to fight off Sgt. Harris through swinging his fists and attempting to hit him. He was also pushing and shoving Sgt. Harris and Officer Miss, who had begun helping, but he was not able to get away and was ultimately detained in handcuffs and placed under arrest. During this struggle to detain Jose, Sgt. Harris and Ofc. Miss sustained injuries to include scrapes to their hands, elbows and knees. Even while in handcuffs Jose continued to struggle with officers that were attempting to search him.” A report from Arizona Central indicates that Conde fell against a brick wall in the scuffle and sustained a cut behind his right ear that led to him being transported to hospital. In the hospital, Conde tried to escape after physicians stitched his wound and fell head first through a set of doors and began bleeding. Conde’s was charged on multiple counts – including possession, resisting arrest and aggravated assault on police. The driver of the car he was in was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence and awaits a court hearing on July 11. According to Conde’s attorney, his client will go to trial on July 5. The attorney told Arizona Central that he released the footage to show an example of police using excessive force, and hopes to have Conde acquitted of the charges leveled against him. This video compilation contains footage from multiple police bodycams and shows both the initial arrest as well as Conde lying on the ground in the hospital with officers surrounding him. In the aftermath of the arrest, Conde can be heard moaning that he cannot breathe. Later as officers stand over him in the hospital, one of them says: “Awww… You gotta be a man… Man up.” The Mesa Police Department was criticized for its officers’ use of violence, prompting Chief Ramon Batista to give a press release on June 8 pledging that the department would strive to be better. Credit: Mesa Police via Bret Royle via Storyful

Priest Receives Hero's Welcome in Home Village After Recovering From Ebola2m01s

Priest Receives Hero's Welcome in Home Village After Recovering From Ebola

A parish priest who recovered from the Ebola virus has been given a hero’s welcome in his home village in Itipo, Democratic Republic of Congo. Locals chanted and danced to celebrate his return on June 8, according to the World Health Organisation. The priest, Father Ambunga, had been staying in an Ebola isolation facility in Bikoro since being diagnosed with the disease. Ambunga said, on his return, that he intends to educate his parish about the disease and on what patients should do if they contract it. On Sunday, June 10, Father Ambunga led his first mass after recovery. An outbreak of Ebola was declared on May 8 and has killed 27 people, according to eNCA. The head of the World Health Organization said on June 13 that the outbreak was not over, saying that they were “at war” with the disease, Reuters reported. Credit: World Health Organisation via Storyful

Landspout Spotted Near Des Arc During Storm2m49s

Landspout Spotted Near Des Arc During Storm

A landspout was spotted near Des Arc, Arkansas, during a storm on Wednesday, June 13, according to the National Weather Service. This video was captured by eyewitness Jason Reynolds between the city of Des Arc and the Little Dixie community. The storm caused damage in the counties of Dallas, Western Grant and Montgomery, according to Little Rock-based KARK-TV. Credit: Jason Reynolds via Storyful

Toronto Storm Knocks Down Utility Pole1m18s

Toronto Storm Knocks Down Utility Pole

A short but severe storm struck Toronto on June 13, causing property damage and power outages. At least 55,000 people lost power during the storm, reported Global News. Toronto officials confirmed to Global News that they received many calls about downed trees. A severe thunderstorm warning was briefly issued by Environment Canada on Wednesday afternoon. Credit: Jason G via Storyful

Severe Storm Causes Near White-Out Conditions in Toronto40s

Severe Storm Causes Near White-Out Conditions in Toronto

A short but severe storm struck Toronto on June 14, causing property damage and power outages. At least 55,000 people lost power during the storm, reported Global News. Toronto officials confirmed to Global News that they received many calls about downed trees. A severe thunderstorm warning was briefly issued by Enviornment Canada on Wednesday afternoon. Credit: Scott Dagostino via Storyful

First Orphaned Koala Joey of 'Trauma Season' Munches on Leaves at Australia Zoo31s

First Orphaned Koala Joey of 'Trauma Season' Munches on Leaves at Australia Zoo

Hermione the koala joey was admitted to Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital on Sunday, June 3, after her mother was killed by a pet dog. In this video, posted to Facebook on June 12, Hermione enjoys munching on some eucalyptus leaves for her lunch. Wildlife carers at the hospital referred to her as “one tough little cookie,” adding that she is the first patient of the 2018 “trauma season” where many orphaned joeys come through the facility. Hermione will be released into the wild when she is old enough to fend for herself. Credit: Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors via Storyful

Thunderstorm Hits Jacksonville, Florida33s

Thunderstorm Hits Jacksonville, Florida

A storm brought heavy rains and thunders to Jacksonville, in Florida’s Duval County, on Wednesday, June 13. “The super intense storms in Eastern Duval County are slowly moving off the coast. Best to stay indoors and off the roads until the storms pass,” local TV WJXT said on Facebook. Netizens also reported sightings of rainbows around Jacksonville after the storm. Credit: Peter Hill via Storyful

Adorable Wombat Spots the Imposers35s

Adorable Wombat Spots the Imposers

Poor little Spud is a little confused. The adorable wombat spotted a troop of imposers invading his home in Australia. The stuffed animals wombats were created for a fundraiser and seemed to get Spud’s seal of approval in the end. Credit: ACT Wildlife Australia via Storyful

Man Celebrates Reaching 100 000 Km by Having a Party in His Car49s

Man Celebrates Reaching 100 000 Km by Having a Party in His Car

Janez Dolinar became very excited when his car neared the 100 000 Km mark on February 16. So much so the Slovenian threw a party in his car, complete with confetti and a party horn. “I wanted to show the pointless excitement of reaching this milestone,” Janez told Soryful. Credit: Janez Dolinar via Storyful

Dog Faces Off Against Chew Toy With Intense Stare48s

Dog Faces Off Against Chew Toy With Intense Stare

Shannon Apfel’s Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Oliver, treated playtime seriously. He engaged in a face-off with a duck chew toy, giving it a hilariously intense side-eyed stare. Finally Shannon squeaked the toy and that served as Oliver’s cue to attack it. Credit: sirolivertwist via Storyful

Viral Video Star Noel Explains Why He's Not a Baby55s

Viral Video Star Noel Explains Why He's Not a Baby

Little Noel was seriously not impressed with his sister having called him a baby in Inverness, Scotland. While being recoded by his mother, Laura Hopkins, Noel explained exactly why he couldn’t be a baby. “I’m four years old.. and I’m talking and babies don’t talk”, said Noel. Credit: Laura Hopkins via Storyful

2 Killed After Small Plane Crashes Along Rural Road in New Jersey42s

2 Killed After Small Plane Crashes Along Rural Road in New Jersey

A small plane crashed along a rural stretch of road in Springfield Township, New Jersey, on June 13, killing two and leaving behind a trail of debris, according to local reports. The Hawker Beechcraft 58 Baron plane went down around 10:10 am, according to local media, citing Federal Aviation Administration officials. Local resident Garrett Andrew Rodriguez-Maribona, who was driving along the road when the crash occurred, said all he saw was “this huge wall of smoke go across the road” in front of him. Rodriguez-Maribona said he and a few other people stopped their cars to investigate what happened. “When we realized it was a plane crash I went into search and rescue mode to see if I could help anyone.” Unfortunately, Rodriguez-Maribona said, it quickly became clear that there were no survivors from the crash. This video, shared with Storyful by Rodriguez-Maribona, shows the trail of debris left by the plane across the road and surrounding fields. Credit: Garrett Andrew Rodriguez-Maribona via Storyful