Aerial coverage of the flood brought by Tropical Storm Vinta in Cagayan de Oro.
Posted by Project LUPAD on Thursday, December 21, 2017
Police say a rescued woman is lucky to be alive after she became stuck down an eight-metre deep mine shaft in New South Wales, Australia.
The accident happened in Lightning Ridge in the north-west of NSW.
The 26-year-old woman had disappeared on a late night walk on Friday, with a search underway when she didn’t return.
Police managed to locate the woman using a police drone yesterday morning after several days of looking for her.
Melbourne-based photographer Simon Pollock was landing at Los Angeles International Airport on Wednesday when he looked out his window and spotted a DJI camera drone flying just a small distance away.
“Drones. All fun and games until you’re looking out your window on approach to LAX and you spot a Phantom just out your window (yeah a few hundred feet, but imagine if it… well…),” writes Pollock in a Facebook post. “Some people are utterly stupid.”