Violent London robbers jailed thanks to heroic actions of 10-year-old boy

Violent London robbers jailed thanks to heroic actions of 10-year-old boy

Two violent robbers who were caught thanks to the heroic actions of a 10-year-old boy, have been jailed for a spate of robberies across London. Brothers Eugene and Devlin Williams were imprisoned for a total of 14 years and eight months on 2 May. Amongst the violent incidents committed by the pair was the robbery of a woman at her home. Tania Levenfiche had just arrived home with her ten-year-old son, Didier, when the brothers grabbed her round the neck and snatched her jewellery. Didier witnessed the incident, memorising their faces and activating the house alarm. His actions led to police identifying the brothers and Didier was named Westminster polices hero of 2016. May 2, 2017
Drunk American arrested after assaulting staff and passengers on flight from Japan

Drunk American arrested after assaulting staff and passengers on flight from Japan

A man was taken off a plane while it was still on the runway at Narita International Airport in Japan on 1 May after getting into a fight. While being taken off the plane, he reportedly shouted, you think I am crazy? What about the government? According to local reports, the man was American and drunk. He got into a fight on the plane and went on to try to choke an employee of All Nippon Airways, it was said. An ANA spokesman said the incident occurred just before the plane was due to depart for Los Angeles. May 2, 2017
Watch dramatic rescue of surfer after 32 hours at sea

Watch dramatic rescue of surfer after 32 hours at sea

A coastguard helicopter rescued a surfer on the evening of 1 May after he spent more than 30 hours in the water. Matthew Bryce from Glasgow went missing on the morning of 30 April while surfing off Machrihanish Beach on the Argyll coast. May 2, 2017
Texan hero motorists rescue babies from overturned car in flash flood

Texan hero motorists rescue babies from overturned car in flash flood

Two children were rescued from an overturned car on a Texas highway during a torrential rainstorm. The family of Philip Ocheltree reportedly flipped their car into a flooded ditch close to Myrtle Springs on 29 April. A group of passers-by then dragged the children to safety, before helping to resuscitate them. According to a Facebook post by Ocheltree, both the children are now in a stable condition. May 2, 2017