This, if you weren’t able to tell, is heavy machinery dumping a bunch of water onto a burning car. It isn’t a fire truck, unless the local fire departments are going really incognito these days. But it sure does do the job.
When you put your kids on a bus with a stranger, you hope that they have enough sense to at least follow the rules of the road. But according to local station WECT, school bus driver in North Carolina was fired for driving a bus full of children through a flooded road that was closed by local authorities.
In England, an Uber driver severely miscalculated the tides, finding himself driving on a road completely enveloped by the sea. Watch this drone footage of what must have been the most terrifying Uber drive ever.
This is quite possibly the greatest piece of local news entertainment in the “automotive comedy” category in years.
In a video-taped incident reportedly occurring during Louisiana floods that killed at least three people by Saturday night, yells of “I’m drowning!” came from a nearly submerged Mazda Miata. Upon finding the car, a boater carried out an intense save of its driver—and her dog—once it sank.
Flood waters make for dangerous driving, folks. Heavy high-clearance vehicles can make it through slightly deeper stuff than your average sedan, but if you drive straight off the road and into a swamp you’re going to have a bad time.
The biblical downpour that's dumped on Phoenix, Arizona this week has destroyed property and even been lethal. But I guess if you've got a jet ski and you live in the desert, you have to take every chance you can get to make some wake.
Amazingly, everyone made it out alive.
Flooding in Magadan, Russia has gotten so bad that it's sweeping away not only cars and roads, but fighter jets.
This video showed a helicopter pilot offering a ride out of a flooded Colorado farm for no less than $1,200. It easily went viral. Now the pilot has spoken out, and he's not as 'greedy' as he first appeared.
The bridge was out at Sylvandale Ranch, Colorado over the weekend thanks to drastic flooding. The water had taken out several building and was threatening more. People were injured. One helicopter pilot could get people out, but it was going to cost them $1,200.
A British teenager, like, totally forgot about his car parked on the beach while he went for a picnic. The ocean submerged it while we was away.
Heavy rains absolutely flooded Minsk three days ago. At 2:00 in this video, you see the subway running in the flood, too. So how did nobody get electrocuted?
Two Germans get a ride in a front-loader thanks to the floods across Europe. This happened on Monday in Magdeburg, Germany.
A train passing through the Broye district in Switzerland encountered a flash mudslide caused by heavy rains. Did the mud stop the train? Hell no!
Flooding in southeastern Germany destroyed this beautiful brand new Jaguar F-Type and a slew of other awesome cars. This poor Fischerdorf Jaguar dealer is going through rough times.
Flooding in Germany killed this adorable BMW Isetta! Here it is being recovered yesterday in Deggendorf.
A rescue crew responding to the Christmas Day flooding in a suburb of Melbourne misjudged the depth of flood waters and plowed straight in, nearly submerging their truck entirely. One firefighter has been "stood down" and the whole crew may end up suspended.
Here's something you don't see every day — Central Park West near 107th St. in Manhattan temporarily turned into a river. The culprit? A break this morning in a massive 30-inch, 100-year-old water main.