Fire escapes are very important component of a building’s design, especially in urban areas. But in recent years, fire escapes in America have been decodified as an acceptable solution for a second means of egress by many building codes and authorities having jurisdiction… Architect Peter J. Lagomarsino explores the beauty and functions of this dying feature of American architecture in twenty-five cities in America in his book The Fire Escape: A Visual Survey (Second Edition).
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If the train had banged him the dude would surely be dead and in the best case scenario he would be in a hospital. Luckily he escaped death this time.
Russian police station is not so much secure to keep the criminals as they can fly away easily from the jail; here we have seen a live example.
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Oscar get's caught. Will he be able to escape?
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When you’re a lonely lizard in an unforgiving environment, life can be tough. It can seem the entire world is against you. In the case of Oscar, a rather forlorn desert denizen, it often is.
In this clip[, we watch as Monkey makes his first escape attempt.
In this clip, we watch as Monkey makes his second escape attempt.
In this clip, we watch as Monkey tries to escape for his third time.
In this clip, we watch as Monkey attempts to escape for the fourth time.
accident caught on camera . funny and dangerous accident
This girl had no idea what she walked into. She escaped a certain death thanks to her luck; she came in front of a running car trying to cross the road.
Cape Cobra (Naja nivea) - venomous and very dangerous.
A local resident called me earlier today to remove this subadult Cape Cobra from under their sofa.
Also known as a "Koperkapel" or "Geelslang" in Afrikaans, the Cape Cobra is a common venomous snake in our area that can range in color from yellow through reddish brown to black.
When threatened or cornered, it's quick to spread a hood and won't hesitate to bite. Cape Cobra venom is highly neurotoxic (the most potent of any African cobra), which means that it attacks the nervous system and causes respiratory collapse (the victim stops breathing), which in turn leads to suffocation.
As in most cases, this snake was doing its best to try and get away from us humans. Even though it's essential to be respectful of the danger that a snake like a Cape Cobra poses, if you give them room to escape they will always try to get away and hide - there's no snake in South Africa that will aggressively chase you.