We should all observe a moment of silence for a fallen F40, one of the most legendary supercars in history. This one in the UK just burned to the ground shortly after being fully restored, according to a post on Ferrari Chat, making this owner the unluckiest bastard on earth. Worse yet, the car—one of only about…
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 phones have had a busy couple of weeks. They’re exploding all over the place, and as a result, the company has been forced to issue a massive recall and stop shipments of new phones. Oh, and now the spark-happy gadgets apparently set some poor guy’s Jeep ablaze.
Misaligned mirrors are being blamed for a fire that broke out yesterday at the world’s largest solar power plant, leaving the high-tech facility crippled for the time being. It sounds like the plant’s workers suffered through a real hellscape, too.
You may have heard that Australian auto journalist Peter Barnwell inadvertently burned a Ford Everest SUV to the ground last week. Ford is now saying their investigation has concluded; somebody put the battery in wrong.
A Michigan man set a gas pump ablaze while attempting to kill a spider with a cigarette lighter last week, Fox 2 Detroit reported on Friday.
PROTIP: In motorsports, the car should not be on fire. This unfortunate phenomenon cost Trevor Bayne his lead spot during the Nationwide Series race at the Texas Motor Speedway this afternoon.
Where absent money leaves gaps, ingenuity fills in. Nowhere is that more true than in Detroit's fire departments, where, as Detroit Free Press reporter Tresa Baldas shows us, a soda can full of jangling coins and screws alerts the Motor City's long-suffering heroes when there's an emergency.
As thousands of firefighters mobilize in Northern California to battle out-of-control wildfires, sometimes the requirements of the job necessitate that you actually drive through the fire itself. And when you do that, it looks like Dante's Inferno.
Watching someone's dreams, someone's tangible proof of accomplishment, completely go up in flames is always a Sad Thing. But that doesn't make it any less hypnotizing to watch, as the unstoppable onslaught of fiery destruction totally consumes this guy's yacht.
Today's weather-delayed running of the [Corporate Sponsor] 500 in Texas got bad for Dale Earnhardt, Jr. very quickly as his car lost a tire then caught on fire after hitting the wall.
It's not like General Motors needs to worry about any more of its products catching fire or anything, but we'll withhold judgment before we know the full circumstances on how a brand-new SUV suddenly caught fire while a potential customer was testing it.
We've already seen a helicopter stealing water from a pool to fight a fire in Portugal. But when the Colby fire in California spread to over 1,900 acres, a little helicopter wasn't enough to fight the flames. They needed planes. Two of them. And seeing the way they scoop water up close is incredible.
A long train of oil-filled tanker cars derailed and crashed in the town of Lac-Megantic, Quebec early this morning, leading to a massive explosion and fireball. Sixty people have been reported missing, though so far no casualties have been confirmed.
A Boeing 777 is on fire at San Francisco International Airport. The emergency slides have deployed, though it is not immediately clear what caused the crash and conflagration, nor if there are any injuries.
Firefighters in Windsor, Ontario, are battling an enormous fire at
what seems to be a plastic warehouse a plastics recycling facility, a blaze that's causing vicious black smoke to cloud the city and can even be seen across the river in Detroit.
We didn't even have enough time for a proper mourning period for Michigan State University's Morrill Hall, which is about to be torn down. It caught fire just as demolition began.
About halfway through the harrowing documentary "Burn: One Year on the Frontlines of the Battle to Save Detroit" there's a moment where multiple shots of derelict structures are shown to accentuate one of the biggest obstacles the city's firefighters face in their job — Detroit's 80,000 vacant buildings.
A racing fuel warehouse in Winnipeg exploded last night. No one was hurt in the fire, but it caused an estimated $15 million in damages and rained down ash on an entire neighborhood.
Cars are like, so confusing, you guys. Especially the part about the pedals. There's two of them! How are we supposed to know which one does what? Hell, mine has three of them, and a wobbly stick thing in the center console. I don't even know what's going on half the time!