Real life Bambi rescue: deer rescued from frozen lake
THREE stricken deer were thrown a lifeline after being towed off frozen lake by a cop on a hovercraft. James Kenison and his father Doug drove a quarter of a mile onto frozen Albert Lea Lake in Minnesota to save the stranded animals. The pair, who run a hovercraft tour company, tied ropes round the tired deers and dragged them to shore. The compassionate rescue was captured on camera by James, who said he believed the deer had been out on the lake for days after being unable to walk on the slick ice.
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A storm hit Whitehaven, Cumbria on Thursday 5th December. Harbour walls were breached, with some flooding occurring. Part of the harbour wall near to the lock gates collapsed. Credit: Newsflare/seanduffy.me
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Behind the Scenes footage of Manchester United's training ground
This footage from Carrington, Manchester United's training ground, shows members of the backroom team including Rene Meulensteen, First Team Coach; Albert Morgan, Kit Manager; and Mike Donnelly, Chef Manager preparing to travel and talking through why pre-season tours are so important.
Myleene Klass welcomes the world to Heathrow with a unique performance
Passengers arriving into Heathrow today will be given an Olympic welcome to remember, with a live rendition of Vangelis’ ‘Chariots of Fire’ performed by classical pianist Myleene Klass.
Ms Klass will play a special arrangement of the soundtrack from the Oscar-winning film about two British sprinters competing in the 1924 Paris Olympics. More than 100,000 passengers will arrive at Heathrow today, with those coming through Terminal 5 treated to the rendition from a concert grand piano.