In China, a man had a near-death experience by barely surviving three consecutive car hits.
In the video below, you can see how the man tries to cross the highway in the middle of the night. With cars passing by quickly, he had quite a hard time getting across.
Seconds later, you can see him being grazed by a car passing behind him. Still shocked by what happened, he tries to get up when another car drives through him. And the driver stepped on the gas to make the car go faster.
By the time the second car hit him, someone came to help, but a third car seemed to want to join the bandwagon and intentionally hit the man.
Fortunately, the man survived, maybe with just bruises and some fractured bones.
The body of a 20-day-old infant was found dead in a swamp the day after his mother was found nearby claiming she and her infant had been kidnapped.
The following afternoon, a man heard Green’s cries for help near a swamp and called 911. She told the man she and her infant had been abducted in town and that the baby had frozen to death. The man said Green appeared dazed and confused, and did not know how she had got there, she knew her car was parked nearby.
Green was taken to the hospital and gave authorities limited information, but did provide them with the name and description of the man she claims abducted her and Justice. Authorities began searching for the infant immediately, finding his body the following morning in thick brush near the Ridge Cut Slough.
A cause of death has not been released at this time, but Yolo County Sheriff’s Capt. Larry Cecchettini said investigators currently have no evidence foul play was involved. Yolo County Sheriff Ed Prieto said Green was not a suspect at this time, but they would be talking to her again.
“It wasn’t like someone opened up a car door and walking 10 steps and dropping a child off. It was an effort, you had to cross the slough,” Prieto said. “Everything right now is so sketchy and it is so difficult from the mere fact that we don’t have any independent witnesses and nobody at this point has come forward to give us any additional information.”
While all the comments on the news articles are questioning Green’s story, her family is reminding people it’s too early to be labeling her as another Susan Smith.
“Samantha just came back from talking to the sheriff’s. She was abducted. She recognized the person and she gave them his name,” the baby’s paternal grandmother Patty Rees said. “I hope he’s already in custody since they knew who he was but yes, don’t judge Samantha. I don’t think she did anything to that baby.”
The nephew told police that he heard sounds coming from inside his father’s bedroom when he returned to the party. He kicked down the door and says he found Mattson on top of his girlfriend. He said he punched Mattson repeatedly, driving him from the house.
When police were called at about 1 a.m. on Jan. 1, Mattson returned to the property to tell officers that the sex was consensual, according to the New York Daily News.
Mattson’s nephew lunged again, attacking the suspect in front of officers. Nevertheless, the police department described the nephew’s attack as being in defense of the victim, according to a press release.
The victim denied that the incident was consensual.
Mattson was charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct.
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