Shaun Lewis was running across a road in Charlotte, North Carolina, when he was hit by a car and tossed into the air. Surveillance video captures the driver stopping and getting out. But just seconds later, the driver takes off. After about six minutes, Lewis can be seen walking away from the accident. He doesn't remember getting hit. He suffered injuries to his hand and leg. "I know god have my back, that's all I know. God was looking out for me." Police are looking for the driver.
Here's quite a dizzying accomplishment. A 16-year-old high school cheerleader flipped her way into the record books by completing 35 consecutive backhand springs. She accomplished the feat during half-time at her school's football game, traveling 70 yards. Afterwards she said she was excited and relieved.
How would you like to take a swim with this little guy? Tony The Tiger is the most popular attraction at "Dade City's Wild Things" in Florida.
"You get to spend some time on the land playing with them, running around. Sometimes, he'll take his bottle so you get to feed him and you actually get to get in the water with him." The Florida Fish And Wildlife Foundation says it's safe for visitors to have full contact with tigers like Tony until they reach 25 pounds.
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