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A bus driver had smoked crack cocaine when he smashed into a car carrying a baby and a depot, a court has heard. Anderson Worrell, 62, has been sentenced to 30 months prison after pleading guilty to causing serious injury by dangerous driving and two counts of drug driving at Croydon crown court on Thursday. On November 11 last year, the grandfather had stepped on the accelerator instead of the brake, crashing into the back of a car with a one-year-old baby in West Croydon, The Evening Standard reported. The 198 bus then swerved off the road and collided into a depot, narrowly missing a woman walking by as seen in CCTV footage.
Local bodybuilder and wrestler Danie Dharma, 33, turned to social media yesterday to share closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage of himself allegedly getting attacked by “an unknown knife wielding person at the gym.” According to the timestamp on the video, the incident occurred on Tuesday, July 2 around 9.30pm. The video shows a man in a hoodie sneaking up behind Dharma while he’s standing at a gym counter. The mysterious man then suddenly lunges at him with a cleaver, then runs off
Dramatic video shows the moment a man took revenge on his ex-girlfriend by setting fire to the block of flats where she lived. CCTV shows Jack Robinson emptying a can of petrol at the entrance of the building and then running away after starting a massive blaze. The 25-year-old's bid failed when the fire went out by itself but he is now serving 12 years in jail for arson and criminal damage. He messaged his ex-girlfriend after the attack saying: 'You got what was coming.' Robinson plead guilty at Chester Crown Court to committing arson being reckless as to whether life was endangered, criminal damage and one count of threatening to damage or destroy property. Robinson from Sandbach, Cheshire, was assisted by his current girlfriend Kayleigh Woods, 26, who said she did it out of 'fear and love for him.'
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This is the moment an arsonist set fire to a synagogue - but ensured an instant comeuppance. Tristan Morgan, 51, was caught on camera pouring petrol on the religious building and set it alight. But he is then seen taking the full blast of the explosion in his face in central Exeter, Devon. The white supremacist was given an indefinite hospital order at the Old Bailey in London today. He pleaded guilty to arson and two charges under the Terrorism Act, Plymouth Live says. The footage, played in court, shows Morgan splash fuel through a window at Exeter Synagogue and, despite getting engulf in flames, he calmly walks away. Morgan pats his singed head and drives off in a Mercedes Vito van.
Good Samaritans joined a rescue to help out a woman who was knocked down and crushed by a minibus in Suqian City of east China's Jiangsu Province.
This is the dramatic moment a group of men launch a violent attack on each other at a hotel pub in Wales. CCTV footage released by the Crown Prosecution Service shows three men - James Burke, Gregory and Thomas Montgomery - attacking Miles Halton and Christopher Jones at the Bryn Dinas in St Asaph. Burke, 34, can be seen removing his top before Gregory Montgomery throws a punch at him from behind. It then turns into chaos as others start trading blows and throwing drinks and chairs during the late night attack in December. A few members of the public can be seen attempting to separate the two rivals.