California town covered in thick foam after fault in airports fire system

Santa Clara in California was covered in thick foam on Friday 18 November. The foam was seeping out of a hangar at the airport.It was up two metres thick and covered roads and cars nearby. Authorities said the foam was caused by a fault in the airport’s fire prevention system. Locals were warned to keep away for health reasons. 17 days ago

Snakes on a Plane: Massive serpent falls from overhead compartment mid-flight

The clip, filmed by a passenger, shows the green snake fall from the upper compartment of the plane, during an Aeromexico flight from Torreón to Mexico City on 6 November. The plane was forced to make a priority landing so animal control could take the serpent away. Aeromexico is currently investigating the incident. 28 days ago