Video of the Day: Ostrich on the loose!

Police chased down an ostrich in Alberta, Canada after it had escaped its enclosure on Nov. 24. About 20 ostriches had escaped their owner’s property and The Taber Police Service attempted to round up all the flightless birds.It took the police about 5 hours to wrangle all the birds.

Video of the Day: BASE jumper slams into cliff

A BASE jumper slammed into a cliff in Moab on Nov. 30. The BASE jumper went right into the cliff upon jumping. The man’s parachute got caught on a ledge and he dangled at least 70 feet above the air until the search and rescue team got there. Grand County Sheriff’s Office says the base jumper was airlifted to the hospital and is in critical condition.This accident was part of the annual Turkey Boogie. For the past 10 years, BASE jumpers gather together in Moab to jump and raise money.

Video of the Day: Volcano Mauna Loa erupts in Hawaii

The world’s largest active volcano, Mauna Loa erupted for the first time in 38 years on Nov. 27 on the island of Hawaii, Hawaii. The eruption began after a series of large earthquakes on the island. No evacuation orders have been issued. National Park Services stated the lava flow can take anywhere from hours to weeks or months to reach communities.Mauna Loa is one of earth’s most active volcanoes. The volcano makes up 58% of the island and rises 13,679 feet above sea level and about 30,000 feet from sea floor.

Video of the Day: Utah State Prison guard tower implodes

The world’s largest active volcano, Mauna Loa erupted for the first time in 38 years on Nov. 27 on the island of Hawaii, Hawaii. The eruption began after a series of large earthquakes on the island. No evacuation orders have been issued. National Park Services stated the lava flow can take anywhere from hours to weeks or months to reach communities.Mauna Loa is one of earth’s most active volcanoes. The volcano makes up 58% of the island and rises 13,679 feet above sea level and about 30,000 feet from sea floor.

Video of the Day: Small plane with two passengers crashes into power lines

A small plane with two passengers crashed into live power lines in Montgomery County, Maryland on Nov. 27. The plane was suspended about 100 feet in the air and for around seven hours while fire departments and authorities worked to get the plane unstuck.Over 120,000 people were left without power following the crash. The two passengers were rescued with serious, but non-life-threatening injuries as well as hypothermia that had set in while waiting to be rescued.

Video of the Day: Mother Chimpanzee reunites with baby two days after birth

After two days apart from her newborn, an endangered chimpanzee was reunited with her newborn baby in Sedgwick County, Kansas on Nov. 18. The mother chimp gave birth via C-section. The baby was not getting enough oxygen on his own at birth and had to stay in the hospital for extra treatment and care.After two days, the baby chimp could breathe on his own and was ready to be reunited with his mother.
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