BBC weatherman gets hilariously contradicted on-air by his own Apple Watch
You'd think that on-air television personalities and broadcasters would know by now not to keep a gadget close by, or even on their person, which can be triggered accidentally or potentially interrupt their broadcast in some form or fashion. Nevertheless, this kind of thing still happens every now and then -- and occasionally even produces some viral gold, which is what happened to BBC meteorologist Tomasz Schafernaker whose Apple Watch recently interrupted his weather forecast (to hilarious effect).
Father delivers his son on the side of the road while trying and failing to have Siri call 911 and instead called a man named 'John' Randall Eakes was
An impaired driver slams into the car right in front of me. He jumps out and runs away. When he opens his door he scares the poor woman he hits and she tries Everyone was okay. I stayed after to talk with the cops to let them know about the video.
That's what a man in Charles City, Iowa yelled after his car plunged into an icy river.
Gael Salcedo, 18, was on his way to North Iowa Area Community College when his Jeep hit a patch of ice on the road, according to. Salcedo lost control of his car -- he turned to the right and from there, everything went blurry, he said. His car, though, plummeted into the Winnebago River.
"I didn't know where I was going and then I just didn't know what to do. I was just thinking in my head 'I think I'm going to die,'" he told KIMT.
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Nearly 250 Saint Nicks skied and snowboarded down the slopes of Sunday River for the 20th annual Santa Sunday event. The event raised $6,200 for the River Fund, which is the highest fundraising amount raised in the event's history. Nearly 250 Saint Nicks skied and snowboarded down the slopes of Sunday River for the 20th annual Santa Sunday event.
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Oncoming car avoided a t-bone by swerving off the road and hitting a tree!
Salcedo rolled the windows down, worried that his car would sink. The ice and water surrounding him were below freezing temperatures, according to KIMT.
He couldn't find his phone, so he did the next big thing: He used.
Officials with the Mason City Fire Department arrived at the scene quickly, but the river current immobilized the driver's side door shut.
There were no other options -- Salcedo had to walk out, Lt. Craig Warner with the Mason City Fire Department told KIMT.
"My hands were freezing. I couldn't feel my legs anymore, so I was struggling a lot and the water was just so strong," Salcedo told KIMT. "I kept tripping, and I had the guy help me up a bunch of times and I used all my strength to get out of the water."
With Warner's help, Salcedo made it out of the river and into the ambulance. He was treated for shock and released from the hospital just a few hours later, according to KIMT.
Cory Booker, who isn't at the Democratic debate, spends time campaigning in Iowa .
URBANDALE, Iowa - Sen. Cory Booker, who did not qualify for the Democratic debate in Los Angeles, spent Thursday evening greeting volunteers at a campaign field office here. He didn't mention his absence from the debate stage, but instead argued that his campaign's momentum is growing in the state that holds the first nominating contest in the nation. "You guys don't pay attention to the He didn’t mention his absence from the debate stage, but instead argued that his campaign’s momentum is growing in the state that holds the first nominating contest in the nation.