I can't explain why this scooter rider plows straight into the train crossing bar face first, or why such a humorously tiny train passes by afterwards. I do know the rider is okay, and that it's safe to laugh.
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of its first patent, IBM has published a gallery of photos spanning a century which show its employees engaged in innovation. This incredibly cool bald man in sunglasses is part of the series.
The people who make electric scooters like to advertise how they can take their elderly riders anywhere. There's probably a fine-print exemption to "anywhere" that includes the shoulders of busy freeways. This owner did not read the fine print.
After a 59-year-old man died in a collision between his scooter and a motorized wheelchair, police in St. Petersburg, Fla., have to decide whether the wheelchair's operator was a pedestrian or a driver; if he's driving, he could face charges.