CCTV grab of US school coach ‘tackling’ gun-wielding student wins Internet over
Nearly seven months after “tackling” a gun-wielding student at a high school in the US, Keanon Lowe is again in the spotlight for his brave act. The CCTV footage of the May 17 incident which was recently released in response to a public records request showed how Lowe, who is also the school’s track coach-cum security guard, handled the teenager, Angel Dias, who was allegedly trying to commit suicide. Passing the weapon off, the video of Lowe pulling Diaz into a hallway and embracing him, even while whispering something into his ears, won over netizens’ hearts twice over. Many reminded of him being the hero he truly was and how the world needed such love.
Leopard teaches twitterati a lesson on quick thinking after escaping from hyena
A leopard’s quick-thinking act while escaping from a predator was captured on camera and has gone viral on social media. The video shared on Twitter shows an adult leopard jumping to safety, minutes before a hyena attacks it. In the video, a leopard and hyena aggressively charge at each other but in a split second, the leopard leaps onto a nearby tree, nearly missing the jaws of the hyena. Twitterati watched the video in amazement and even challenged football player Messi to match the leopard’s speed.
Footage stuns netizens as boy falling from terrace lands safely on rickshaw
It was indeed a miraculous escape for a little boy in Madhya Pradesh after he slipped from the second floor of a building and landed inside a moving rickshaw. The boy, playing with his family members, slipped suddenly and fell from a height of 35 feet. Luckily, he fell inside a cycle rickshaw that was being trudged on the road. Netizens, who saw the CCTV footage widely shared online, were shocked and grateful that the little one did not suffer grievous damage. A user commented, “Just in time,” while another said, “God has his plans”.
Tikamgarh: A child fell from a building on a rickshaw that was passing on road below. Child's father Ashish Jain says,"He was playing on 2nd floor with family members. He fell from railing after he lost his balance. He was examined at a hospital & is safe". #MadhyaPradeshpic.twitter.com/3yDOzZmB9y