USA

4-year-old OH girl blown away by high winds

4-year-old OH girl blown away by high winds”

MI wasn't the only state to see high winds this week, just ask this 4-year-old OH girl.

Video from a camera in front of a home shows the little girl walking up the front stairs of her house and opening the door.

"She held on", Brittany told Fox 8, "until I took her off the handle". She is seen slightly struggling as she walks up the steps due to high winds forcing her backwards. As she opens it, she is pulled off her feet when a blast of wind blows the door fully open. She was scared, and kind of embarrassed we were laughing at her.

More news: Helicopter Carrying Russian, Turkish Business Executives Crashes in Istanbul

Madison hang on for a she was worth and ended up pinned between the door and the house.

Luckily, she said, Madison wasn't hurt. It's been shared over 100 times and viewed almost 6,000 times.

"All I hear is 'mommm!", Gardner wrote.

More news: 'World's heaviest woman' has surgery in India, loses 100 kgs

The wind caused power outages, property damage and accidents.

There is no word on whether Madison is planning on taking up flying as a hobby.

More news: Tony Romo to be cut by Dallas Cowboys, per report



Like this

Latest


12 March 2017
Staples to close 70 stores as it copes with shrinking sales
The Staples closing stores announcement wasn't the only data for 2017 that the company revealed in its recent earnings report. The company reported $0.25 earnings per share (EPS) for the quarter, missing the consensus estimate of $0.26 by $0.01.

11 March 2017
3 thoughts: Star-studded semis on the cards for FA Cup
The FA Cup has enjoyed something of a return to form this season, featuring heroic giant-killing acts and a string of minnows defying the odds.

11 March 2017
USA bird flu cases have local farmers on guard
A turkey farm in Wisconsin also reported a less serious case of bird flu, but it didn't require the culling of an entire flock. Don't borrow disease-Do not share equipment or supplies with neighbors or other bird owners.

10 March 2017
New Zealand vs South Africa: International cricket, 1st Test
Boult was the sharpest of the New Zealand bowlers with four for 64, while Wagner took three for 88 and Patel finished with 2-85. Williamson then reintroduced Wagner from the city end and he struck immediately to remove the risky Hashim Amla for one.

10 March 2017
Marcus Stoinis replaces injured Mitchell Marsh for last two India Tests
Australian all-rounder Mitchell Marsh will miss the remaining two Tests in the series against India due to a shoulder injury. The ongoing four-match series is now levelled at 1-1 after India won the second Test by 75 runs in Bengaluru.

10 March 2017
Dusseldorf train station axe attack injures at least five, man arrested
Several people were injured in an ax attack in the main train station in Dusseldorf Germany, according to a police spokesperson. Earlier this evening a terrified passenger claimed on Twitter that a "crazy man" attacked people in the station.

09 March 2017
Luis Enrique confident Barcelona can overturn 4-0 deficit vs PSG
PSG , meanwhile, will be boosted by the return of midfielders Adrien Rabiot, Angel Di Maria and Thiago Motta following injuries. Barcelona have progressed past the Round of 16 in their last nine seasons, however it seems unlikely they will make it 10.

09 March 2017
Washington state unemployment rate holds steady in January
Washington state's unemployment rate held steady last month at 5.1 percent even as the state lost about 7,200 jobs. The 1.3-percent increase was about 0.4-percent higher than the increase from December 2015 to January 2016.

09 March 2017
Trump met Russian envoy during campaign
The Trump administration has issued more than 20 denials of contact with Russian officials, stretching back to last summer. The Washington Post got the ball rolling with a breathless story about Sessions not citing the meetings when asked by Sen.

08 March 2017
A Letter To My Daughter On International Women's Day
In some countries especially in rural areas and villages, women still stick to homes only by putting valueless ethics on them. Co-founder Kiki Louya said they chose that number because, on average, women make 20 cents less then their male counterparts.



Recommended