The taxi driver who rushed a worried father to the grounds of the Route 91 Harvest Festival Sunday is speaking out. John Zerquera-Jimenez drove the worried father who got in his cab as they sped to the area of the concert shooting. The daughter, Ashley, her husband and several others crammed in the back of the cab, but the driver didn't mind.
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These videos reveal the unbelievable scene in Rockaway Township, New Jersey when a mother bear and her five cubs decided to throw a pool party. The bears splash around in a backyard swimming pool at the Basso residence, just like any family on the...
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A mom called 911 after her daughter wandered into a massive cornfield. Timberlyn Merritt is a busy stay-at-home mom. Her three-year-old daughter, Remy, is always on the go, and her one-year-old Yorkie is never far behind. Merritt says she left Remy on the swing set for just a minute and when she came back out, Remy was gone, and so was their dog Heath. More than 100 people joined in the search, combing through the 8-foot high corn stalks. But Remy was not alone. Heath never left her side.
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Tom Holland is set to swing on the silver screen this weekend as Spider-Man in the upcoming 'Spider-Man: Homecoming,' but the British actor secretly went to classes in New York City to prep for the role. The Peter Parker/Spider-Man character hails from Queens, NY, and the British star wanted to make sure he got as close to the persona as possible. So, he secretly enrolled at The Bronx High School of Science, one of the best public schools in New York City.
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Every day is like a walk in the park, literally, for Jeff Reitz. He’s been to Disneyland in California 2,000 days in a row. From all the rides, entertainment and even the restrooms, Reitz has seen it all over the years. The Air Force Veteran started the adventure in 2012 while he was unemployed. Though he now has a full-time job, Reitz still makes it part of his day to visit.
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Seven-year-old Emmy McCardell was sunbathing outside her house in Salt Lake City when a car pulled up. The driver offered a friendly greeting, then asked an enticing question that any little kid could fall for. “Do want a bicycle?” he asked. But little Emmy knew just what to do. She yelled “no” and ran into her home. Emmy's mom Michelle knew something was wrong the second her daughter ran through the door. She says she taught her two kids from an early age about “stranger danger.”
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More from Inside Edition: http://bit.ly/2bF0iuC Dean Karzanes can run 350 miles without stopping. The 53-year-old marathon runner has no trouble running a marathon. He even does them back-to-back with hardly breaking a sweat. His endurance is credited to his body's ability to flush lactic acid from his system. "I don't care how fast I go," he told IE. "I care about how far I go." He sets out at 2 a.m. to run his first 26.2-mile jaunt. When he finishes, he joins another 5,000 runners for a marathon in Monterey, California.
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Surveillance footage captured the disturbing moment a woman allegedly tried breaking into the California home of retired police officer Christina Paul in a scene described as something out of ‘The Walking Dead.’ In an odd twist to the story, Paul said a police chaplain later arrived at her door. He introduced himself as the alleged intruder’s father, she said. "Immediately I screamed, 'No!' and I said, 'You shouldn’t be here,'" Paul said. She said she called police to complain.
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As summer is right around the corner and the Zika virus out there, what mosquito repellents work best? INSIDE EDITION went down to the USDA Mosquito and Fly Research Unit in Gainesville, Florida to find out which repellents work best. Three volunteers exposed their arms to hundreds of hungry Zika-free mosquitos. The first product to be tested was the chemical DEET. It's the active ingredient in many spray repellants like OFF, Cutter and Repel. They all worked fighting off the mosquitos.
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An Ohio police officer has been fired after he detained his daughter’s boyfriend during a traffic stop. Disturbing dashcam footage of the incident was captured in April but has only now made public. It shows John Kovach, a 26-year veteran of the force, pulling over his 18-year-old daughter’s boyfriend. His daughter, Katlyn, was driving with boyfriend Makai Coleman, of whom her father reportedly disapproved.
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The grandfather known as "Papaw" wants America to know he is not upset at his grandchildren after he was photographed eating a burger by himself. He is chalking it up to simple miscommunication, "Everyone was invited but that is not the way it turned out," Kenneth Harmon told IE. "Some of the grandkids say they didn't know about it." Harmon had grilled burgers for his six grandkids but only one showed up to his house. Now, his grandkids have promised they are making it up to him.
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More from Inside Edition: http://bit.ly/2bF0iuC In the middle of rural Kansas, armed security patrol the entrance to a doomsday bunker that's reserved for the wealthy elite and sales are booming. Inside Edition headed deep below the surface of the Earth and into an underground bunker like no other. Larry Hall, the owner of the Survival Condo Project says, "Since the election of Donald Trump we have seen a whole new demographic of people calling in. People we didn't know they existed before."
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If you're on the shore and witness a tragedy unfolding, Sacramento Fire Department Captain Brian Gonsalves has advice: Stay calm. It comes after a group of friends were hanging out at a river on a hot afternoon and one was swept away by the current. Captain Gonsalves says only go in the water as a last-ditch effort. For more follow the hashtag #HowToSurvive
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More details have emerged about the timeline of suspected Florida high school shooter Nikolas Cruz’s murderous rampage. He reportedly arrived at the high school in an Uber, then made his way into the east building of the school compound, where he was spotted by freshman Chris McKenna. Chris ran for his life, and moments later, at 2:21pm on February 14, the shooting spree began.
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Rubin Swift was ready to board a Frontier Airlines in Phoenix after picking up his 4-day-old daughter Ru-Andria when he was alerted to an airline policy that a child must be at least 7 days old to fly. In his time of need, he reached out to Joy Ringhofer, a woman he met at the hospital, who came through with a place to stay. Ringhofer said she knew it was safe and that Swift was a good man. InsideEdition.com's Keleigh Nealon (http://twitter.com/KeleighNealon) has more.
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Like most toddlers, Ivy loves the water, but in her case bath time can only last a few seconds. Her skin turns red with painful blisters when it comes into contact with water. Her parents say all water, hot or cold, causes Ivy to have a severe allergic reaction. It’s so severe; it even impacts her when she cries, according to her parents, Brittany and Daniel Angerman. Ivy's baby sister, Grace doesn't have the condition.
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A child who became known as Boston's Baby Doe after her body was found in the city's harbor has finally been identified.
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Does the iconic movie “Jaws” hold the key to a murder mystery four decades old? The 1974 cold case is known as “The Lady of the Dunes.”' The Lady of the Dunes' body was discovered when a teenage girl was walking her dog. The body was badly decomposed and found lying face down on a beach towel. She's never been identified, but a blue bandana and a pair of jeans found at the scene folded up under her head are potential clues.
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Dallas Rowley really loves diving for lost treasure. One of his hunting grounds is the Salt River in Arizona. On a recent adventure, he found sunglasses and jewelry, mostly from tourists who go tubing on the river and drop things. But he never expected to find an iPhone X. Dallas tracked down Allysa King, the owner, who dropped the phone while tubing on vacation. King is especially thankful because she had all her daughter’s baby photos stored on the phone.
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The Chesapeake Bay Bridge in Maryland reaches nearly 200 feet in certain parts and measures 4.3-miles long from end to end - and for some motorists, getting behind the wheel and driving across the bridge is simply out of the question. http://ietv.co/1gQtZHw
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Anthony Sukto was eight years old when his dad stabbed him in the stomach and murdered his mom. Ten years after the attack he told INSIDE EDITION: "I survived the unthinkable. In total I got stabbed about eight times."
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The basement can be a frightening place for many homeowners. Mother of three Lana Segale says the basement of her New Jersey home gives her the creeps. It is a cluttered mess, and who knows what can be lurking in the room down below. “I am afraid,” she told Inside Edition. “I am afraid of anything jumping out at me.” What really scared her was the day she smelled a putrid odor coming from the basement. Segale dragged her husband downstairs to check it out.
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A Kansas man who survived a horrific car crash in 2015 is still thanking the first responders who saved his life. Jeff Kudlacik survived a March 2015 drunk driving accident which left his car split in two. He was thrown from the car and left with broken ribs and legs and a punctured lung. Looking back on the accident, Kudlacik says he is forever grateful to the first responders who arrived at the scene. “Without these firefighters, I wouldn’t be here,” he told Inside Edition.
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If you think you should hide in a bathtub when a tornado approaches, think again. Storm chaser Warren Faidley shared survival tips with INSIDE EDITION. While bathtubs were once made of cast iron, today they're too flimsy to be any help, he explained. Outside, do not seek shelter beneath an overpass in case the structure is damaged. Instead look for a ditch and lay as low as possible. 'Lay flat, get down and cover your head if you can," he said. "Hopefully the winds will go right about you." For more follow the hashtag #HowToSurvive
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Chris Galvan, a fitness instructor from Texas, was trapped inside a FedEx store. He kept a play-by-play account of his ordeal on Twitter and Facebook as it happened. He posted videos of him goofing around as he waited for somebody to come to his r...
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Some Minneapolis hotels charging hundreds of dollars for Sunday’s Super Bowl have disgusting items lurking in the rooms, an Inside Edition investigation found. Chief Investigative Correspondent Lisa Guerrero went to a Days Inn, which usually charges $90 a night. The rate for the Super Bowl was $900 a night. Guerrero discovered trash under the refrigerator in her room, while the toilet had a hand towel stuffed in it. She also saw cigarette ashes in the room, which was designated as non-smoking.
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So-called smash and grab burglars, who break car windows and take anything left inside, are a nationwide problem. To get a closer look at these wrongdoers, Inside Edition hid a GPS tracking device inside a speaker and a designer purse, and left them in plain view in a car in San Francisco. It didn’t take long before two people broke the car’s back window and took the goods, in broad daylight. Then it was time to activate the GPS units and see where the stolen items were headed.
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The Egg Sitter Cushion is supposedly so comfortable, you can sit on an egg and it won't break. In the commercial, an egg is seen remaining intact as a woman sits on the cushion with the egg on top. Inside Edition hit the road to find out just how accurate the commercial is. Chief Investigative Correspondent Lisa Guerrero went to an egg farm in upstate New York to test the cushion. The farmer’s daughter, Vanessa, was the first to test the cushion with an egg.
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More from Inside Edition: http://bit.ly/2bF0iuC Christy Sims' ex-boyfriend disfigured her when he threw acid in her face. In the 911 call of the incident, he is heard saying, "My girlfriend, I think it's drain cleaner." Christy Sims slipped into a coma. Two months later, she awakened.
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It was a desperate rescue attempt as first responders tried to save a family of eight trapped in their car. In body cam footage obtained by Inside Edition, you can hear sirens in the background and the children screaming for help. The Owen family was returning from a camping trip in Sulphur Springs, Texas when dad lost control of the trailer they were towing filled with camping gear. By some miracle, all six children survived.
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A mystery woman was filmed by a security camera in shackles, desperately ringing doorbells in a Texas neighborhood in the middle of the night. Now police are trying to identify the woman and determine whether her life is at risk. From analyzing the video, authorities say she might have restraints on her wrist. She also seemed to be wearing only a T-shirt and is barefoot. Inside Edition’s security expert has tips on what you should do if someone rings your doorbell in the middle of the night.
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Since the release of a new Nike ad campaign featuring Colin Kaepernick Monday, many customers of the shoe giant have been destroying their branded apparel in a fiery protest of the partnership. Kaepernick is the new face of the company as Nike marks the 30th anniversary of its "Just Do It" campaign. The new ad features the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback with the words, “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything," a reference to his stalled NFL career.
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It's a frustrating crime that's happening more often than ever as packages are being snatched off porches, and most of the culprits are getting away scot-free. Inside Edition attempted to catch a porch pirate in the act by leaving bait boxes outside several different homes. What the thieves don't know is that a GPS tracking device was placed inside each box with a $250 speaker. The electronics were placed inside the box, sealed up and left on the front porches of three homes in Clifton, N.J.
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There is a tasty controversial frozen treat known as Dragon's Breath, but is it safe to eat? It consists of cereal that’s instantly frozen in liquid nitrogen, it is found at malls, festivals, and fairs. You grab a skewer, put it in a dipping sauce. Once you pop it into your mouth, out comes the smoke, which is where the name comes from. But many any are asking if it is safe following an incident in which a boy suffered an asthma attack after eating the candy.
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It was a harrowing confrontation between a man, his wife and her lover. Forty-eight-year old Keith King is seen confronting the man his wife is now seeing, shouting, “That is my wife, man! Why are you taking my wife?” The bitter love triangle is making headlines around the world. King recently sued the other man, and has been awarded nearly $9 million. He says the award is a hollow victory, and that he’d give anything to have his old life back.
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A Georgia waitress groped while working grabbed the patron who did it by the shirt, put him in a headlock and slammed him into the wall. Emelia Holden has been praised on social media for what she did inside the Savannah, Georgia pizzeria. "Dude got what he deserved," was one comment. "She is my new hero!" was another. Not only did Holden take the guy down, she scolded him in front of everyone before telling her co-workers to call the cops.
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Voicemails left by Louise Turpin, the California mother whose 13 kids were rescued after allegedly being shackled and malnourished in the family home, have been released. Shocking new details of the children's horrific ordeal are emerging. They reportedly were given just one meal a day and were allowed to shower twice a year. Louise Turpin's brother, Billy, and sister, Teresa, tell Inside Edition they tried many times to speak with their nephews and nieces but were rebuffed.
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Residents in Portland are having major problems with bicycle thieves. Bike Gallery, a local store loaned us a mountain bike worth $2,000, and security expert Jason Cecchettini then planted a radio tracking device in the bike. We then locked up the...
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Kids love splashing around in giant wave pools at water parks across the country. It’s almost like swimming in an ocean, but these giants waves are machine made, created by tens of thousands of gallons of water being pumped into the pool. How can you stay safe in a wave pool? If you can’t swim, or if you’re a weak swimmer, always wear a life jacket. Don’t use inflatable rafts, as you can easily fall into the water. Children should always be supervised by adults.
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There was desperate effort to get inside a locked daycare center after one-year-old girl was left alone and after closing. Her father who came to pick her up recorded the dramatic rescue. Firefighters and police pried open the door and used a flas...
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UPDATE: After Inside Edition's report aired, the makers of Flex Glue sent the following video response: http://www.insideedition.com/how-effective-flex-glue-inside-edition-puts-seen-tv-adhesive-test-42898 The Flex Glue commercial looks incredible: a super strong adhesive that can do it all. But does it really work that way? The TV commercials show Flex Glue lifting more than 1,000 pounds, working underwater and even gluing an entire 4x4 together. Inside Edition went to the Grove School of Engineering in New York City to get some help from two professors, chemical engineer Raymond Tu and mechanical engineer Ali Sadegh. First they carried out the cinder block test.
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The last flight to take off from San Juan, Puerto Rico as Hurricane Irma approached was three and a half hours of pure tension, as the jet rushed to beat the storm. Radar images show Delta flight 302 flying a narrow corridor Wednesday, as Hurricane Irma loomed like a monster. "I covered my head and my ears," passenger Sheila Sellers told Inside Edition. Video was taken from onboard right after the plane took off. "On a scale of 1 to 10 on that flight, I would say I was 11," Sellers added.
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Xavier Cunningham, 10, was playing with his friends in his backyard in Harrisonville, Missouri, when he fell on a meat skewer that went through his head. Miraculously, the skewer missed all of his vital organs! Dr. Koji Ebersole is the brain surgeon at the University of Kansas hospital who was tasked with getting the skewer out. Just five days later, Xavier is doing just fine, and is expected to make a full recovery.
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This Utah girl was born without arms, but her two feet are more than enough for her to do everything else. Sophi Green was adopted from China when she was just 2 years old by parents Christianne and Jeremy Green. The couple has since adopted six children with special needs from China, and each child had a unique quality that drew the couple. They also adopted her her older sister, Lexie, who is blind. Sophi's two feet would do just as much, if not more, than if she had arms, too.
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Sometimes all a thief needs to do to break into your car is open the door. An Inside Edition investigation found that some drivers are leaving their cars unlocked, making them an easy target for thieves. In one instance, a burglar found an unlocked car in someone’s driveway. Nothing inside the vehicle was worth stealing but the thief found an electronic garage door opener that gave him access to the house and ended up stealing two bikes.
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A frantic mom found her 17-month-old floating unconscious in their backyard swimming pool in Texas and it was all captured in an intense video. Tanah Zuniga said she and her sister, Karly James, were in the kitchen of her Fort Worth home when her 17-month-old son and his 2-year-old cousin managed to open and sliding door and wander into the backyard. They both climbed 4-feet up into the above-ground pool. Neither children knew how to swim.
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Gary Read and his family live on the 29th floor of a luxury high rise in downtown Miami, but they plan to ride out the storm, despite warnings to evacuate. Read told Inside Edition that they've stocked up on water and non-perishable food. With residents wondering if the tall building will sway in the high winds, they plan on taking refuge in the garage. "We have multiple places within the building that are sealed in concrete," Read said. "This to me is the safest."
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12-year-old, Taylor Blanton was in the kitchen waiting for her mom to come home from work when a burglar tried getting in. She dialed 911 and gave the operator a very detailed description. She took video and photos of the stranger as he lurked in ...
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Twins Lucy and Maria Aylmer are twins but most people wouldn't believe it based on their appearance. They have the same mom and dad but Lucy has pale white skin with red hair while Maria has a caramel complexion and thick curly black hair.
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Four sets of formerly conjoined twins from different parts of the country have come together to meet for the first time and share stories of their special bond. Each set of twins underwent life-changing surgery after they were born, and Inside Edition has brought all the young adults together for a special gathering. Meeting up Salt Lake City, Utah, the gang hung out one day and went bowling. Abigail and Isabelle Carlsen, 11, of North Dakota, were conjoined at the chest and shared one liver.
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