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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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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A California doughnut shop has people lining out the door before the sun even comes up. Customers at Donut City in Orange County come to buy as many doughnuts as possible, sometimes dozens at once. The doughnuts are good, but the reason people are splurging on them is much sweeter than the actual treats. People are buying out the store’s inventory daily so the shop's owner can close early and go home to take care of his beloved wife, who's recovering from a brain aneurysm.
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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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It's been nine years since the King of Pop died. Michael Jackson was 50 when he suffered a fatal overdose at his home, leaving behind three young children who were raised by his extended family. Jackson had two children with ex-wife Debbie Rowe, Michael Prince Jr. and Paris. His youngest child, Prince Michael Jackson II, was conceived with an anonymous surrogate. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano (https://twitter.com/MaraMontalbano) has more.
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If a masked intruder broke into your home, would your dog attack or run away? Inside Edition put some dogs to the test to find out whether they would confront the burglar or wimp out. In a recent case, a robber kicked down the door of a home with two dogs, but instead of teaming up to take him down, the canines took off. Inside Edition tested Perry, a 5-year-old yellow Labrador. Her owner, Michelle Kellaher, loves her dog but wonders whether Perry would save her in an emergency.
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This super mom has 16 kids. The oldest is 23, the youngest is 2. To keep everything straight, Lyette Reback starts each day with a “to-do” list. She home-schools all the children at their home in North Palm Beach, Fla. The kids participate in 88 sports practices each week. Their dad, David, is a coach. And since they can’t all fit in a car, so the family has a bus, which Lyette also drives. And everyone is expected to help with the chores, including the littlest one.
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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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One of Taylor Swift's biggest fans was inspired to lose 425 pounds by working out to her music. Ronnie Brower underwent more than 15 hours of surgery remove more than 35 pounds of excess skin, and INSIDE EDITION was there to see his new body. The extensive procedure did leave scars, but Brower says he doesn't mind one bit. "I just tell people I got bit by a shark," he told IE. He told INSIDE EDITION this is the healthiest and happiest he's ever been.
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A 10-year-old boy is sharing the survival tips that kept him alive overnight in the Utah wilderness. For more follow the hashtag #HowToSurvive
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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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A simple drinking straw led to a wild brawl at a Florida McDonald’s in St. Petersburg Monday. When a man in the restaurant was informed that drinking straws were only available to customers who ask for them, he became so upset that he grabbed the 20-year-old McDonald’s worker across the counter. But then, she fought back. What the man had failed to realize was that the employee is a trained boxer. The whole fight was caught on camera.
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A South Carolina woman says her ex-boyfriend bit off her lip when she tried to break up with him. “He wanted to make me ugly so no one would love me,” said 19-year-old Kayla Hayes. She was just 17 when she dated Seth Fleury, who she says was controlling. After 11 months of dating, Kayla says she tried to break up with him, and that’s when he leaned in for an uninvited kiss and bit off her lower lip. She has since undergone surgery to rebuild the lip. Fleury is serving 12 years in prison.
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A mom and daughter turned the tables on a gunman holding up their liquor store by opening fire with a gun of their own. Ashley Lee and Tina Ring worked together when a robber burst into their store in Tulsa brandishing a shotgun. After the gunman helped himself to the cash, he tried to leave, but Ashley locked the door using a remote. She handed a revolver to her mom, who opened fire when the robber came towards them. Eventually the women were able to run to safety.
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"I don't like her...because she killed my father," shocking words from a 9-year-old girl as she took the stand to testify against her own mother during a murder trial in San Diego, California. Her brother is also testifying against their mother, t...
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Don Longo of Radius Investigations says if there’s an active shooter, barricade the door and line up against the walls. You want to steer clear of the gunman's line of fire, should he shoot through the door. In the Parkland school shooting, students hid in closets to dodge bullets. Experts say closets are a good place to hide, and everyday items can be turned into weapons to fight back. Turn off lights so the shooter thinks the room is empty. Also remember to put your cell phone on silent.
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An 11 year-old girl, home alone, called 911 saying a group of men were breaking into her house. Ashley Bermudez recalls the terrifying ordeal as she ran up to her bedroom to hide while on the phone with the 911 dispatcher waiting for help to arrive. Investigators say the men got into a stolen car and sped away, crashing into a flatbed truck nearby. A man and two juveniles were taken into custody and have been charged in this case. Meanwhile, local officials are praising Ashley's courage.
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Defying all the odds, identical twin sisters Kerri Bunker and Kelli Wall from Utah, gave birth to sets of twins for the second time each. Wall gave birth to her pair eight weeks early and Bunker's arrived a month before their due date. Each set of twins and their mothers are doing great and are perfectly healthy. Bunker admitted that she and her husband were in shock when they heard the news. Wall and her husband wanted another child and couldn't believe she was having doubles again.
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One teenager is lucky to be alive after suffering cardiac arrest during a high school volleyball game at Loganville Christian Academy in Georgia. Claire Crawford, 17, told INSIDE EDITION: "I remember blacking out and waking up." Fortunately for the teen there was an Automated External Defibrillator nearby. Claire's body got a jolt from the defibrillator which was used by a school administrator and eventually helped her come back to consciousness. Her mom said that she thought they had lost her.
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More from Inside Edition: https://www.youtube.com/user/cbstvdinsideedition?sub_confirmation=1 Another sign-language interpreter is accused of signing total gibberish. This time it was at the police news conference announcing an arrest in the Tampa serial killings. A woman standing off to the side was supposedly translating every word, but it turns out much of what she was signing was nonsense. The woman, identified as Derlyn Roberts, has a string of arrests for fraud. So how did she come to be "translating" at last week's high-profile police news conference?
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A tourist in Switzerland went on a hang glider for the first time and was forced to hold on for dear life after realizing he wasn’t strapped in. Just a second after takeoff from a 4,000-foot mountain top, Chris Gursky realized he was not attached and spent more than two minutes clinging to the bar as he sailed over trees. The pilot, who was properly strapped in, apparently forgot to hook him up. The tourist from Florida hung on as the pilot did his best to find a place for an emergency landing.
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A mail worker is earning praise for his personal touch when it comes to delivering packages in an exchange caught on a doorbell security camera. When the unidentified worker showed up at the Washington state doors top to leave the package, the homeowner informed him she was not there and told him to leave the parcel at the door. Fearful of porch pirates, however, he offered to hide the package in a recycling bin. Social media fell in love with the sweet move.
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The woman who survived a 2016 car crash that killed her husband and unborn child is recounting the day that changed her life. In August 2016, newlyweds Kristian and Fabian Guerrero were driving along a road in San Marcos, Texas, when Shana Elliott hit them head on. Kristian, who was driving, was five months pregnant at the time. She was taken to the hospital and survived a brain bleed, but her husband was killed. An ultrasound nurse told her more terrible news: that her baby died too.
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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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The Purple Mattress is famous for the hilarious commercial featuring what's known as the “human egg drop” test, a stunt designed to show the mattress is so supportive and comfortable that eggs won't break when a body falls on top of them. Inside Edition’s Chief Investigative Correspondent Lisa Guerrero wanted to see if the human egg drop test really worked, so she tried it out herself. Supervising the test was Professor Ali Sadegh of New York's Grove School of Engineering, as well as stuntman Bob Cotter. Right away, Cotter realized there was an issue.
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Prince William was 15 and Prince Harry just 12 when their mother was killed in a car accident in France. Now the brothers are opening up about their biggest regret: their last phone call with Princess Diana. In the HBO documentary film, "Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy," the princes remember their mom as a prankster. They were vacationing in Scotland when she died and, in the movie, they recall their last phone conversation with her.
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Four brave girls who threw iced coffees and a Slurpee to escape an alleged predator are telling their story. Sisters Allison and Lauren Eickhoff, and two other girls were leaving a convenience store at a gas station outside Flint, Michigan, when they say they were approached by a stranger. “He looked really weird,” Allison told Inside Edition. “He grabbed me and he, like, covered my mouth and said, ‘You're coming with me,’ and I was, like, in shock.”
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When it comes to baby gender reveals, some are out of this world. For example, a couple sent a balloon into space to find out if they were having a boy or a girl. With the help of a high school space group, they launched the balloon into the sky, and when it burst, they got their answer! Couples have used chainsaws, exploding baseballs and tattoos to help share the news. One couple even enlisted the aid of Bill Murray to help reveal the sex of their unborn child to the world.
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After El Paso teenager Aaron Martinez took his family’s car out for a joyride, his mom gave chase! Lisa Martinez tracked down her son, and when she found him in the driver’s seat, she proceeded to discipline him right there on the side of the road. Aaron is being called a modern-day Ferris Bueller, but also realizes he made a big mistake. He also says he will think twice before doing something like this again.
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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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Before she became the People's Princess, Diana worked as a nanny. Her salary was $5 an hour. Back in 1980, Mary Robertson was an American businesswoman living in London and she needed a nanny for her toddler son, Patrick. She called a local agency and 18-year-old Diana showed up for an interview. Mary had no idea the shy and quiet Diana was actually Lady Diana Spencer, an aristocrat from one of England's oldest families.
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Dashcam video captured the moment a man opened fire on Arkansas officers during a traffic stop. Luis Cobos-Cenobio, 29, was pulled over in Tontitown by Cpl. Brett Thompson with the Washington County Sheriff's Office on Sunday for a traffic violation. Video shows Cobos-Cenobio open his door and unleash a barrage of gunfire at Thompson. Thompson fires back, but misses, and Cobos-Cenobio gets back in the car and drives off, video shows.
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A police officer’s bodycam shows the moment when a suspect pulled a gun on her. The video shows Officer Brianna Tedesco walking down a dark road to check out a suspicious vehicle with out-of-state license plates. She questions the man behind the wheel, who claimed to be taking a nap. When Tedesco asks him to produce a driver’s license, he tells her that he doesn’t have one. What officer didn’t know at the time was that the man is a fugitive and wanted for murder.
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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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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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A woman caused quite a scene on board a flight because of a crying baby, but the tables have turned. Susan Peirez was placed on leave during an investigation. “I work for the governor," she claimed as she was caught on video yelling at a crew member aboard the Delta flight. It turns out the woman who got all sorts of attention for her obnoxious behavior works for the New York State Council on the Arts. Peirez's name and image have been removed from the council's official website.
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A desperate mom was filmed as she dropped to her knees when a cruise ship left her and her husband behind while their three children were on board. The 4,000-passenger ship was dockside preparing to depart for New York when the woman's husband noticed she was missing. He was driven away in a buggy to look for her, leaving their three children on board. Minutes later, the ship's horn blew as it sailed off. The couple tried racing back to the ship but it was too late.
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The foster family of a 6-year-old girl who was removed from their home vows to do whatever it takes to get her back. Rusty and Summer Page have been trying to adopt Lexi for the past three years, but the little girl, was taken from the Page's home last week by Los Angeles County child welfare authorities. Her siblings are camped out in her bedroom, waiting for Lexi to come home. The Pages are appealing the removal and say they will go to the U.S. Supreme Court if they have to.
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The 911 call made from a South Florida man desperately hanging from the hood of a car speeding at 70 miles an hour has been released. “Yes, I’m on top of a speeding vehicle, someone's trying to steal my car,” the man told the operator. The dispatcher then asked for the man’s address. Panicked, he replied, “I don't even know where I’m at.”For 19 terrifying miles down busy I-95 south near Miami, 22-year-old Junior Frances did all he could to stay on the car.
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Inside Edition found stories of men busted for exposing themselves at shopping centers across the country. Security guard Eddie Puga jumped into action when a man walked up behind a mother and daughter with his pants down. Puga detained the suspect until police got there and took him into custody for indecent exposure. In other cases, children have been the victims of kidnapping at the mall. So what can you do to keep your children safe?
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Hammocks are a great way to relax in the summer but they can also be extremely dangerous if not used properly. Kendra Muller was relaxing in a hammock attached to two brick pillars used to hold up a deck. The brick column collapsed on top of Muller. The accident left her a quadriplegic. She had to learn how to eat, speak and breathe all over again. Expert Derek Hansen, who sleeps in a hammock every night and runs the website The Ultimate Hang, provided some of his top tips to Inside Edition.
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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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More from Inside Edition: http://bit.ly/2bF0iuC A man pretending to be Ryan Gosling fooled a German award show Tuesday night as he accepted an honor on the La La Land actor's behalf. Sitting in the audience were such international stars as Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrell. They seemed to know right away that something is wrong as the man took the stage. Two comedians were behind the stunt that proved incredibly embarrassing to the Goldene Kamera Awards, which The Hollywood Reporter calls "arguably Germany's most prestigious media award."
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When Maggie Cunningham found a camera disguised as a cellphone charger in the bathroom at a Starbucks near Albany, New York, she didn't know what to think. "I was using the bathroom and [in the power outlet], I noticed what looked like an end of an iPhone charger, like a black cube," she told Inside Edition's Chief Investigative Correspondent Lisa Guerrero, showing her where she found the hidden camera. Cunningham immediately took the device to her co-workers to examine it.
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More from Inside Edition: https://www.youtube.com/user/cbstvdinsideedition?sub_confirmation=1 While some people are lucky enough to win big at casinos, the hardest part can sometimes be collecting the winnings. Inside Edition’s investigative team has found people who thought they'd be taking home huge earnings, only to discover that wasn't the case. Katrina Bookman, 44, hit a $42.9 million jackpot at Resorts World Casino in Queens, N.Y. She posed next to the winning machine as it displayed her earnings. As a crowd started gathering around, security showed up.
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Why would anyone want to jump out of a moving car? 27-year-old Elizabeth Suarez says she had to do just that to save herself from an alleged kidnapper. Jumping out of a moving vehicle is very dangerous, but it could be your only choice if you're being held against your will and there are steps you can take to at least lessen the risks. Inside Edition spoke to stuntwoman Tammie Baird. To make sure she wasn't injured in the demonstration, Tammie wore safety padding and leaped onto a mat.
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It's a nightmare that seems to be happening more often as pedestrians are getting hit by cars, trucks, and buses. Last week, a child was struck as he darted across a street in Brooklyn, N.Y. He fortunately bounced right back and was okay. Experts say there are lessons to be learned and steps you can take to survive being mowed down by a moving vehicle if you can't get out of the way in time. Tammie Baird is a professional stuntwoman and she says the reaction time must be a split-second long. For more follow the hashtag #HowToSurvive
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Some divers in Hawaii are gonna need a bigger boat. A nearly 20-foot-long shark named "Deep Blue," believed to be the largest great white on record, was filmed Tuesday in a rare sighting off the coast of Oahu, swimming right up to some divers. The 50-year-old beast is seen gliding through the water with its massive fins, flashing its razor-sharp teeth for the camera. Ocean Ramsey, a marine biologist and swimsuit model, spoke to Inside Edition about her close encounter with "Deep Blue."
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Every woman knows how vulnerable their purse can be to thieves. One shocking video shows a woman at a supermarket in Burbank, Calif., checking that no one is looking before snatching a purse from an elderly lady on a motorized scooter. The victim had no idea what was going on. Inside Edition's Chief Investigative Correspondent Lisa Guerrero decided to carry out a test of her own. At a parking lot in Hollywood, she left her purse on a car, then stood back to watch what would happen.
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The woman who jumped on the hood of her car as it was being carjacked says she wasn't afraid as she took on the would-be car thief. "My first reaction was, 'This is not happening to me today,'" Melissa Smith told Inside Edition. The 28-year-old was in her Subaru Outback when she stopped at a gas station outside Milwaukee to fill up on Tuesday. A Cadillac at the next pump pulled out and suddenly stopped. A passenger then hopped out, sneaking over and getting into her car.
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