Police released footage of the incident, which they said occurred in Voyles Loop in Polk City. The video shows the men robbing a property before the owner returns and confronts them. The victim tried to remove the keys from the men’s car before getting into the back seat to take back the items, police said.
“At this time, the two bad guys stole our victim,” police wrote on Facebook. “They drove away with the victim still in the backseat, and began hitting him while trying to steal his cell phone. They discussed throwing the man out of the car but the victim convinced them that if they stopped, he would just get out…which is what happened.”
Police appealed to the public for help identifying the suspects. “We need to identify these two goons,” police wrote, adding that anyone with information should come forward.
(Credit: Polk County Sheriff's Office via Storyful)
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During the incident, which took place at Bar One Racing, O’Connor wielded a stool against the attackers who were armed with hammers and a shotgun.
CCTV footage shows how O’Connor and manager Tim Murphy held off the thieves, and forced them out of the store.
Speaking to the Irish Times, Garda superintendent Mick Comyns warned against the dangers of intervening in an armed robbery. “It’s good to see that the robbery was prevented but the the consequences could have been a whole lot worse”, he said. “So it is very important that people stay calm and to a degree stay out of it”.
Dramatic video taken from the crowd by Aliquippa man Ronald Smith shows the camel bucking and running with a woman still on its back. Handlers are quickly seen getting the animal under control, and removing the woman.
The incident happened at the intermission, when audience members are invited to ride the show’s camels and ponies. What spooked the animal was not officially confirmed, though one witness told KDKA that a child threw a shovel near the camel’s feet, “which startled” the animal.
One child was treated for a broken arm after the incident, and five others for minor injuries. One adult was treated for minor injuries.
“For the last week, there has been this group of dolphins racing up and down off of Cannery Row as the dolphins work together to corral up schools of baitfish. The event isn’t uncommon per se—it’s a yearly occurrence, we have seen these super pods from the back deck at the Monterey Bay Aquarium this time of year before,” said Monterey Bay Aquarium in a statement released with the video.
“However, it is fairly rare to see them this close to shore and so readily observable by people, these gatherings are often found way offshore. So it’s a very special sighting nearshore of one of the ocean’s magical moments often hidden away from human observation, but to the dolphins it was probably just another Monday.”
Chief negotiator Michel Barnier urged British Prime Minister to produce “workable proposals”, emphasising the lack of time before negotiations need to be wrapped up.
Hounded by divisions within her own cabinet over which path Brexit should take, May has struggled to provide details of her visions for Brexit to the EU negotiators.
She said on June 29 that a white paper would outline the details of her vision.
Speaking at the end of an EU leadership summit, during which Brexit was put on the back-burner as leaders thrashed out an immigration stategy, Barnier said that time was short to create a deal between the EU and the UK.
Police said that the 33-year-old victim sustained “minor injuries”.
According to police, the jogger returned to Putney Bridge 15 minutes later and carried on jogging, despite the victim attempting to speak to him.
The jogger is described as a “white man, aged early to mid 30s, with brown eyes and short brown hair”.
Sgt Mat Knowles, the investigating officer from Putney Safer Neighbourhood Team, said: “The victim was put in extreme danger when she was knocked into the road. It was only due to the superb quick reactions of the bus driver that she was not hit by the vehicle.”
Lava from Hawaii’s Kīlauea volcano continued to flow into the Pacific Ocean on June 11, creating clouds of steam, hot water and molten splatter.
The USGS Volcanoes division shared this footage of lava entering the ocean, creating “littoral explosions,” which throw spatter (fragments of molten lava) and pieces of solidified glassy lava high into the air.
The Roscommon Township Fire Department was called to assist the Michigan Department of Natural Resources to safely remove the animal, which had climbed approximately 65 feet into a tree after being hit with a tranquilizer dart.
Video posted to Facebook shows the bear being lowered gently to the ground by a rope. Local news reported that the bear would be tagged and released back into its natural habitat.
"This morning the Roscommon township fire department was dispatched to assist DNR in the area of 16th street in neighboring Denton township with the removal of a black bear! Here’s a short video of the animal being lowered from its resting place after being darted by the DNR!"
A mother elk was killed when a car hit her in Flagstaff, Arizona, on Sunday, June 10, but she birthed a baby elk that survived. Passing drivers stopped and helped the calf, which suffered minor trauma but was attempting to stand on its own.
The drivers used blankets to dry the calf, and officials contacted wildlife officials for help. FB post:
"At 0600 Flagstaff Fire E2, R2, and B1 were dispatched to I40 WB at MM 197 for report of a vehicle vs elk. An SUV had struck an elk trying to cross the freeway. There were no injuries to the driver of the vehicle. Passerby’s that stopped to assist found the deceased elk off the side of the freeway. They also found the cow elk had birthed her calf after being struck. The calf had some minor trauma but was attempting to stand on its own. The passerby’s used blankets to dry the calf. DPS contacted Game and Fish for assistance.
UPDATE— The calf is at Bearizona in Williams. Her name is Lucky and they are happy to have her there. She is drinking formula and has been doing well so far."
“Akeno is only the second greater one-horned rhino to ever be born at the zoo,” the zoo reported, “so he is certainly a very special addition to the endangered species breeding programme that is working to preserve their future on the planet.”
His name means “beautiful sunrise,” which came to the researchers after they noticed a strong personality and a cheeky attitude in the rhino, native to Asia.
Video from the zoo shows the young animal scampering around other rhinos.
He's bolshie. He's cheeky. He's quite the handful for mum. He's been named... Akeno! 🦏💙
Poco, a two-month-old baby tamandua that was born on Easter Monday, recently made her public debut in London Zoo.
Last October, a tamandua male named Tobi moved to London Zoo to join female Ria. Poco arrived five months later on Easter Monday.
“We were confident Ria was pregnant as she’d just started to put on some weight, but we weren’t expecting to welcome a new member of the family quite so soon" said zoo spokesman Steve Goodwin. "They must have got together pretty much on their very first date – Tobi clearly pulled out all the stops!”
The video was posted on the official page for Zoological Society of London, otherwise known as London Zoo. We’ve worked with London Zoo in the past. Clearance for the video was provided in a press release to Storyful.
Merapi, one of the country’s most active volcanoes, spewed a 19,600-foot (6,000 metres) column of volcanic ash to the sky during its two-minute eruption, the BNPB spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho said on Twitter.
Shortly after, volcanic ash was reported falling on villages on the slopes of the volcano. The Research and Technological Development for Geological Disaster Agency (BPPTKG), which monitors Mount Merapi, warned that volcanic ash may affect areas northwest of the volcano.
Merapi, which is located on the densely populated Indonesian island of Java, has erupted several times since May 11.
The authorities raised the status level to alert at 11 pm on May 21. An exclusion zone of 1.9 mile radius from Merapi’s peak remains in place.
In a video shared on the zoo’s YouTube page, the new resident can be seen climbing around its habitat at only two days old. “While mothers of some species keep their newborns hidden away for several weeks, mountain goat kids are typically on their feet within minutes after birth,” the post stated. As of writing, the footage has over 100 views on YouTube.
Police said Bill, who appears in footage of the incident with a walking cane, was waiting outside a library when he saw officers chasing on foot an 18-year-old armed male suspect. Bill can be seen sticking out a leg to trip up the suspect, a move which they said “likely saved” his life.
Police recovered a Glock 9mm pistol from the suspect, who had a criminal record and, they said, “went back to jail.”
The lava traveled from the Leilani Estates to the coast, with part of highway 137 closed off, potentially affecting residents trying to evacuate, Hawaii News Now reported.
One man was reported to have sustained serious injuries after he was hit in the leg with a lava splatter on May 19, becoming the first person to be seriously injured since eruptions began earlier this month.
This video shows lava fountains beside a dark molten landscape at fissure 20 on May 19.
Bill Roettger said he was on a Sunday fishing trip when the dolphin swam up to their boat and began interacting with them. Video shows the dolphin raising its head above the water and responding to them clapping, clearly enjoying the attention from his new friends.
he video is described as being filmed on May 6. The uploader also posted a photo described as being taken on that date. However, due to the limited nature of the footage, it was not possible to confirm this.
The video is described as showing Wando River, which is located in South Carolina. Due to the limited nature of the video, it was not possible to confirm this. However, Roettger tagged Lisa Roettger O’Keefe in the post, whose profile states that she lives in Charleston, South Carolina, where the river is located.