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Man Uses Digger to Destroy Reception of Travelodge Hotel
Police are seeking a man who used a digger to destroy the reception area of a hotel in Liverpool on the day the building was due to be completed. There were unverified claims on social media that the driver was angry over a pay dispute involving 600 pounds.
According to the Guardian police are seeking the driver who smashed the digger into the building.
Here is some varied footage of SUV safety testing from Business Insider, particularly showing the Tesla Model X but a useful source for documentaries and news programmes which often need this kind of material.
SUVs are generally safe, but have a high rollover probability. Tesla was able to overcome this obstacle with their Model X SUV. This short documentary shows how they did it.
Incredible new footage captures riots, disasters, and accidents in 4K. This gritty “breaking-news” style footage goes inside the action in a way that has rarely been possible before in such a large format with such detail.
INA Presents Cult Guitarist Grant Green in Funk in France
INA is not only one of the largest video sources in the world. It also offers more than one million hours of radio contents to professionals – 800, 000 accessible online – and creates original audio programs with music labels. Among the latest is Grant Green Funk in France, two albums by the cult guitarist recorded in 1969 and 1970.
Almost 50 years later, the French Institut National de l’Audiovisuel has restored and remastered in HD the three rare recordings, representing over two hours of audio. The booklet includes essays by Michael Cuscuna, head of re-releases for Blue Note Records and executive producer of the album, Zev Feldman of Resonance Records and Pascal Rozat, who writes for Jazz Magazine.
The result is a boxed set of two albums (two CDs or three vinyl LPs) produced by Resonance Records, featuring probably the only concerts ever given in France by the cult jazz funk guitarist: Paris on 26th October 1969, and Antibes on 18th and 20th July 1970.