“I will probably never enter a cable car ever again in my life.”
They broke their backs and necks riding the roller coaster in Japan, which goes at what it calls “super death” speed.
Five died when the dock they were trying to take the picture on collapsed.
A thrill seeker got the thrill he was looking for, and then some.
President Tsai Ing-wen called the accident “heartbreaking.”
In this tiny community of banger racers, crashing is the aim of the game.
The South Asian country routinely reports stories of children falling into wells left by farmers or illegal water collection. What is being done?
The cable tore a 100-foot hole in the gargantuan dish in Puerto Rico, which was featured in Carl Sagan's novel 'Contact' and the James Bond film 'GoldenEye.'
Last week, a tourist in Italy snapped the toes off a 200-year-old statue while posing for a photo. We explore what usually happens next in such situations.