BREAKING (LIVE): Helicopter crashes into Lake Nakuru with five people on board


A private helicopter belonging to President Uhuru reg 5Y-NMJ and piloted by Apollo Malowa has gone down in Lake Nakuru. Its believed to have had 5 passengers on board. AKURU SENATOR Susan Kihika confirms three members of her media team were among five people in chopper that crashed in Lake Nakuru.



This Wynnum Biker Has Been Stopped Over 21 Times Since He Bought His Harley!

Police harassment has hit an all time low in the town of Queensland, Australia.

It has finally become evident to motorcycle enthusiast from all over.

This after a viral video was posted of a biker being obviously harassed by multiple police for wearing his clubs vest.

To say this is upsetting would be a major understatement.

One of our fans sent a link to this video a couple days back, and it got the guys in an uproar.

We watched the whole video, and shared the same looks of disgust for the entire clip.

Harley Davidson rider James Evans, who has been stopped a startling 21 times since buying his fatboy motorcycle in 2012, finally filmed his latest incident. Queensland Police Media have responded to Jamie’s video saying riders and the public have “nothing to fear” from the increased police presence. Jamie is a member of the Misfits Social Motorcycle Club and wears a “Misfits” vest when he rides. “I’ve been advised by the police on many occasions to take the vest off, but I will always wear my vest. I’m proud of it,” he says. However, the harassment has now got to the stage where he says he can’t take his nine-year-old son for a ride. “How do you explain to a nine-year-old that police aren’t bad but I ride a bike so they see me as being bad. He’d lose any respect he has for the police,” he says. Despite the grilling by several police, Jamie filmed the whole incident and managed to keep his sense of humor.

IMPACT SCIENCE: Seconds from Disasters Doña Paz Ship Disaster (VIDEO)

Impact Science Seconds from Disasters Doña Paz Ship Disaster Documentary The MV Doña Paz was a Philippine-registered passenger ferry that sank after colliding with the MT Vector on December 20, 1987.

With an estimated death toll of 4,386 people, the collision resulted in the deadliest peacetime maritime disaster in history. Doña Paz was traveling from Leyte island to the Philippine capital of Manila.