If you witnessed a crime happening right in front of you would you have the nerve to stop it? It's easy to say yes, but think about it. You'd have to be pretty brave to just jump in to try and thwart an evil-doer.
Recently, a hit-and-run suspect was caught on camera striking a bicyclist on a bridge in Pennsylvania. You've gotta watch how the would-be culprit was stopped by the quick thinking of a transit bus driver.
And check out how these other crime stoppers mustered up their nerve and made the split-second decision to answer the call of duty.
A Pennsylvania teen and a bus driver are being called heroes after stopping a suspected hit-and-run driver.
A female clerk at Burger King stopped a man who jumped through a drive-through window to allegedly steal cash.
Two MMA fighters helped disarm a would-be robber at a L.A. hotel last week. One of them joins Brooke Baldwin by phone.
There's something captivating about an attempt to break a previously set world record. We've looked before at Guinness World record holders with some of the most unique talents. A recent video of 145 water skiers pulled by one boat got us thinking, what about other records set by large groups of people?
145 skiers pulled by one boat - We've seen water-skiing pyramids, we've seen water-skiing Santas and we've even seen a water-skiing squirrel. Yawn. How about 145 water skiers pulled by one boat? The previous world record of 114 was shattered by what started out as 154 skiers (Nine fell. They're ok) in Australia. The record is still being confirmed by officials, but the video is impressive, nonetheless.
100 skydivers attempt to break record - It's pretty amazing to see professional skydivers link up to create formations thousands of feet in the air. But these thrill-seekers take it to another level by attempting to break the previous world record with 100 skydivers from 16 different countries. Were they successful at getting all jumpers linked up at once? Watch and find out!
There are some people out there who operate on 100% pure adrenaline. Normal sports and activities aren't enough, so they take it to another level. These thrill seekers throw caution to the wind and take risks just to feel that rush. You've Gotta Watch these daredevils attempt the unthinkable. And like they say, do not try this at home!
Windsurfing on ice? â€” Windsurfing on water isn't anything new, and some people choose to windsurf on land. But what happens when temperatures drop below zero? Instead of taking up ice fishing, these self-proclaimed "crazy" people modified their own boards to glide across a frozen lake. Their rigs have reached 30 mph, but wait until you hear how fast some others have gone![cnn-videoÂ url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/us/2012/01/05/dnt-mt-ice-wind-surfing.kxlh"%5D