These are the videos you’re going to want to watch from this week

Andara Puchino

A North Carolina trooper uses his car to stop a wrong-way driver and therapy dogs make the trip to the dentist more calming for kids are some of the moments that captivated our attention this week.Take a look at this week in video:Alligator bites photographer’s cameraA Florida photographer caught an incredible video when an alligator bit down on his camera.Bobby Wummer said he used a 12-foot extension pole to place a GoPro in the face of the gator at the Big Cypress National Preserve.”As you can see I did get an EXTREME close up inside the gator’s mouth. This was not done intentionally, I didn’t think that he would actually lunge up and bite down on the cam. I was lucky and didn’t play tug of war which would have probably been the end of the camera! The alligator then realized that the camera was not food and he released the camera,” Wummer wrote.Watch the crazy video above.Trooper uses his car to stop wrong-way driverNorth Carolina State Highway Patrol released a video of a trooper using his patrol car to stop a driver who was going the wrong way from merging onto an interstate.Video taken from inside of the car shows the impact after Trooper Cody E. Thao drove his patrol vehicle into the path of suspect Joshua Bibey’s vehicle, stopping him from entering the interstate in the wrong direction.State highway patrol charged Bibey with driving while impaired. He was transported to the hospital with suspected injuries. Tornadoes strike Texas, OklahomaA springtime storm system spawned several tornadoes that whipped through areas of Texas and Oklahoma, causing damage to a school, a marijuana farm and other structures.There were no reports of serious injuries following the Wednesday night tornadoes, but the system was causing flooding in parts of Oklahoma and Arkansas.Significant damage was reported in the Oklahoma city of Seminole, about 60 miles southeast of Oklahoma City.Therapy dogs make trip to dentist more calming for kidsA lot of people get nervous about going to the dentist. Some are downright afraid of it. And for kids, it can be especially frightening.But a dental practice in Tennessee has found an adorable solution to the problem.”This dentist is really fun,” Tilden Gilbert, a 5-year-old patient, said. “It’s so kind of magical.”To further that mission of making the dentist more calming for kids — meet Milo, the dentistry’s therapy dog. He comes out by request to sit with the little patients while they have their teeth cleaned.”He’s very calm. So he doesn’t like run around. And he just kind of calms me,” Penelope Nahay, a 9-year-old patient, said.

A North Carolina trooper uses his car to stop a wrong-way driver and therapy dogs make the trip to the dentist more calming for kids are some of the moments that captivated our attention this week.

Take a look at this week in video:

Alligator bites photographer’s camera

A Florida photographer caught an incredible video when an alligator bit down on his camera.

Bobby Wummer said he used a 12-foot extension pole to place a GoPro in the face of the gator at the Big Cypress National Preserve.

“As you can see I did get an EXTREME close up inside the gator’s mouth. This was not done intentionally, I didn’t think that he would actually lunge up and bite down on the cam. I was lucky and didn’t play tug of war which would have probably been the end of the camera! The alligator then realized that the camera was not food and he released the camera,” Wummer wrote.

Watch the crazy video above.


Trooper uses his car to stop wrong-way driver

North Carolina State Highway Patrol released a video of a trooper using his patrol car to stop a driver who was going the wrong way from merging onto an interstate.

Video taken from inside of the car shows the impact after Trooper Cody E. Thao drove his patrol vehicle into the path of suspect Joshua Bibey’s vehicle, stopping him from entering the interstate in the wrong direction.

State highway patrol charged Bibey with driving while impaired. He was transported to the hospital with suspected injuries.


Tornadoes strike Texas, Oklahoma

A springtime storm system spawned several tornadoes that whipped through areas of Texas and Oklahoma, causing damage to a school, a marijuana farm and other structures.

There were no reports of serious injuries following the Wednesday night tornadoes, but the system was causing flooding in parts of Oklahoma and Arkansas.

Significant damage was reported in the Oklahoma city of Seminole, about 60 miles southeast of Oklahoma City.


Therapy dogs make trip to dentist more calming for kids

A lot of people get nervous about going to the dentist. Some are downright afraid of it. And for kids, it can be especially frightening.

But a dental practice in Tennessee has found an adorable solution to the problem.

“This dentist is really fun,” Tilden Gilbert, a 5-year-old patient, said. “It’s so kind of magical.”

To further that mission of making the dentist more calming for kids — meet Milo, the dentistry’s therapy dog. He comes out by request to sit with the little patients while they have their teeth cleaned.

“He’s very calm. So he doesn’t like run around. And he just kind of calms me,” Penelope Nahay, a 9-year-old patient, said.

https://www.wbaltv.com/article/videos-of-the-week-may-6-2022/39929968

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