FREEHOLD, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — An act of patriotism was caught on camera. A FedEx driver went above an beyond last week to show respect to the American flag.
The winds were whipping Friday in Freehold, so much so that Rick Guerino’s flag pole came tumbling down on his front yard. While at work, he got an alert from his Ring doorbell camera.
WATCH: Surveillance video shows a shopper using his cart to stop a shoplifting suspect in Peachtree City, GA. Police just released the video and said they were chasing the suspect when the citizen stepped in. (CBS/VIDEO) pic.twitter.com/0q9ZUlqYhx— News 4 Buffalo (@news4buffalo) February 13, 2020
Footage captured the incredible timing of a Walmart shopper who made a shoplifting suspect fall over.
Authorities in Peachtree City, Georgia have shared video of a Walmart customer aiding police in catching a shoplifting suspect.
In the video, a police officer is running through the parking lot after the suspect. The customer hears them coming, turns around, and rams his cart into the suspect at just the right time.
LIVONIA, Mich. — A quick-thinking 9-year-old is being called a hero for alerting adults to a deadly danger at a Holiday Inn Express Pool.
Dozens of people were enjoying the hotel pool on Jan. 24 in Livonia, Michigan.
Surveillance video shows a toddler sink to the bottom of the pool.
“He’s trying to swim. He’s trying to get in a position to get upright. There’s a lot of people playing. I think he gets lost in the confusion,” Capt. Ron Taig said to WXYZ.
WEST, Texas — A video posted on social media, showing a little girl from Texas dressed as Elsa, singing “Let It Go” from “Frozen” is going viral, capturing hearts across the world.
Kristi Michele said it’s been five years since they had snow like this. “Madelyn finally got some snow to do her scene!” Michele said in the Facebook post, which has been shared about 730,000 times on Facebook.
Three kittens were in serious peril until Kendall Diwisch’s quick-thinking — and a cup of coffee — saved their lives.
Diwisch was at the right place at the right time. He was driving down a back road near one of his wells in Alberta, Canada, when he noticed a trio of kittens in the middle of the road.
When he took a closer look, he realized their tails were frozen to the ground. He quickly rushed back to his truck, grabbed his coffee mug and used the warm brew to set the cats free.