Imagine driving and getting trapped inside a sinkhole.
That terrifying scenario was all too real for one woman in Toledo.
Sixty-year-old Pamela Knox and her car were swallowed by a sinkhole suddenly opening up in the middle of a busy street.
Police and fire crews had to use a crane and a ladder to rescue her. It took four hours.
“Slowly she was able to work her way out, to safety,” CNN’s Zain Asher reports. “Knox was surprisingly not hurt in the accident, but was taken to the hospital as a precaution.”
A video of two dolphins colliding in mid-air while swimming behind a boat is going viral.
Co-anchor Kate Bolduan has a theory that the dolphins did it on purpose, "I think that was intentional. I think that was a trick move," she says.
Co-anchor Chris Cuomo's response?
"... he did it on porpoise."
Ha ha haaa
What do you think, trick dolphins or an accident? Leave us a comment.
A 37 page search warrant released Wednesday might pile on evidence against former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez, CNN's John Berman reports. Evidence not found in his multi-million dollar estate, but in a two-bedroom apartment in Franklin, MA.
The documents reveal they found the following:
We have reached out to his attorney for comment, according to Berman.
Read more on CNN.com.