EPIC mudslide caught on camera [Raw Video]

  • Publicado el 12 jul 2012
  • Global National's Francis Silvaggio and crew were at the scene of an incredible mudslide at Johnsons Landing in British Columbia on Friday. Global News cameras were rolling the whole time.

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Comentarios • 1 917

  • Donny Zarra
    Donny Zarra Hace 5 años +1034

    If that other boat didn't pull out at that exact second....... Wow!

    • Tess.
      Tess. Hace 2 meses +2

      The Log Ness Monster

    • Pucker Up
      Pucker Up Hace 6 meses +2

      @JaSol R Good situational awareness by everyone in this video 👍

    • Cesarin Rodríguez
      Cesarin Rodríguez Hace un año +3

      you mean.. TWICE
      Note that after they aim the camera to the second boat.. a log comes out right where the boat was.. and would have emerged right next to them if they hadnt sped up.

    • river monkey
      river monkey Hace un año +5

      It's to bad they didn't keep the camera on them the whole time. Looks like a log almost harpooned the boat. Man,that was close

    • Karenaugust
      Karenaugust Hace un año +1

      @JaSol R That lady jumped into the boat like she thought she could fly
      (I'm glad she did)

  • ARoyalLyon
    ARoyalLyon Hace 7 años +112

    Wow, it's like the mudslide is malevolently chasing the other boat, complete with log-torpedos! Amazing footage, great upload.

    • CVN65
      CVN65 Hace 4 meses +11

      Yes. Their response was a little slow at first but then once they finally decided to not be killed they were quite competent at avoiding death.

  • Dahni Uru
    Dahni Uru Hace 3 años +25

    How many of us could have reacted as fast and as appropriately as that couple on the opposite shore? I'm in awe! Way to go, folks!

    • Jay Souza
      Jay Souza Hace 21 un día

      Standing there waiting for it is not reacting fast. More like once they started moving they had no choice but to move fast.

    • 私の父は世界一
      私の父は世界一 Hace 10 meses +1

      How many of us wouldn't have put ourselves in that position? A little fool foolhardy , I think .

  • aceallenk
    aceallenk Hace un mes +45

    I can only imagine the consequences from one of those logs contacting a boat as it torpedo's out of the water. That was a good learning video should a person ever hear the cracking of trees, but it all happens so fast, and so huge. Both those boat were even lucky as it was, and further out would be better, but hindsight is always 20/20. Mother nature is so beyond a grand scale, even in a small setting.

    GREENPOWERSCIENCE Hace 9 años +305

    I guess no one yells "timber" anymore. I am getting old.

    • April Smith
      April Smith Hace 2 meses


    • iamSketchH
      iamSketchH Hace 6 meses +3

      I think you only yell that when you're cutting down a tree and are telling people to stay clear. When a landslide comes, you yell: "RUUUUUUNNNNNNN!"

    • cipher88101
      cipher88101 Hace 9 meses

      Settles the whole "If a tree falls in the forest does it make a sound" argument though.

    • G. E. B.
      G. E. B. Hace 11 meses +4

      But they use the word "epic" a lot. The only ones who refer to this mud slide as EPIC were the ants who lived on the bank. Of course they say it in ant language which is mostly silence.

    • 2018 Quality Matters Conference
      2018 Quality Matters Conference Hace un año

      I say it

  • G Cruishank
    G Cruishank Hace un mes +9

    I see this was posted 9 years ago. When I started watching I thought this was recent in BC, although I’m sure this was pretty much what’s been happening there. Wow, great learning video. I knew about mud slides but never thought this could happen in an area that doesn’t look that steep? Going to make me wary about being anywhere in the forest after heavy rains. I was just going to say “ I guess this is pretty rare, but after last week in BC, maybe not.

    • ozricstormbringer
      ozricstormbringer Hace un mes

      Thanks for clarifying the date on this and the liquefaction is no joke

  • Wichito
    Wichito Hace 2 años +41

    Man I'd like to see a video from the other boat's point of view. Makes you appreciate life the next day you wake up after a close one like that.

    • Hay 123
      Hay 123 Hace un año

      Wichito You don't ask for much do you? Maybe a dear in the middle of the mudslide can provide some footage from his cell phone.

  • Abelis
    Abelis Hace 2 años +5

    I went there, to Johnson's Landing, a few years ago to pay my respects to the people who died in the slide.
    The road to Johnson's Landing is nerve rattling... the slope is very steep... the road VERY narrow along the mountain...
    I was travelling and camping in the area and have returned a couple of times because it is beautiful and remote.
    I camped across the lake from JL, the nights were pitch black...
    It is such a beautiful region...
    Humans must stop cutting down the ancient forest!!!!!!
    Let it heal and maybe just maybe, the slopes will regain their stability...

  • Holly Rockwell-Celerier
    Holly Rockwell-Celerier Hace 3 años +49

    That segment from :54 to 1:02 is so scary. It really looks as though the slide is chasing them. They are barely keeping ahead of it and then two stripped tree trunks come almost straight up out of the water as if they are trying to spear the boat. You don't make a much narrower escape than that!

  • Super Dave
    Super Dave Hace 9 meses +5

    Finally, when somebody describes an epic flood or mudslide it actually is this time!

  • Agui007
    Agui007 Hace 2 años +146

    When you hear the crashing of trees you almost expect to see a T-Rex come through like Jurassic Park 😅

    • bunnyfrew
      bunnyfrew Hace 2 meses

      Please someone make a cut of this with Roberta crashing thru the trees/epic roar

    • AndrewKMac
      AndrewKMac Hace 10 meses +3

      Basically it's a sound you don't want to be close to

    • G. E. B.
      G. E. B. Hace 11 meses

      You need to edit that in.

    • uncledeadlythefirst
      uncledeadlythefirst Hace un año +4

      Or my ex, 'cause she smelled food!

    • patrick gorski
      patrick gorski Hace un año +3


  • Joe De Jesus
    Joe De Jesus Hace 3 años +2

    Awesome footage catching that freak of nature, how often does anyone catch something like that? thanks,....I'm happy the other boaters got away safe, and didn't wait around to see where that noise was coming from. I know for certain I would have got out of dodge myself.

  • Vincent Vince
    Vincent Vince Hace un mes +5

    Good lord those logs shooting up at them like spears ! I can’t believe how close they got ! Having to escape in reverse must have been freaking terrifying 🤣

  • Zephyr Wind
    Zephyr Wind Hace 2 años +4

    Such a great video, I have watched it a dozen times and still amazed by it.

  • jambocoo
    jambocoo Hace un año +1

    You all were incredibly lucky, thankful no one was hurt.

  • Gregg Anthony
    Gregg Anthony Hace un año +485

    "Kill the engine!"....and from that moment on, we never took advice from Bob ever again!

    • Ann Carroll
      Ann Carroll Hace un mes

      @Bob DeVreeze I’ve spent ample time in the forest this is a heck of a lot louder then any animals could ever be! And bears can come up on you almost unheard as I’ve had that happen a few times and they roam right on by....

    • Bob DeVreeze
      Bob DeVreeze Hace un mes

      @Ann Carroll when you don't know the direction it is coming from.. you stop and listen. it has saved me several encounters with bears. They make a lot of noise when foraging. but the forest can confuse where the sound is coming from. I guess you don't spend much time hiking the woods

    • Arkad and Fortuna
      Arkad and Fortuna Hace un mes

      Agreed, if I was the skipper I’d b giving him the finger

    • BigAmigo
      BigAmigo Hace un mes


    • Chi Chi
      Chi Chi Hace un mes +1


  • Dloweification
    Dloweification Hace 10 meses +12

    "5 minutes ago" they were on the hill, got off the hill, got on a boat and started filming the hill...?

    Uhh... The heck did you guys do to the hill?

  • ben dunn
    ben dunn Hace 7 años +18

    Was this in a logging area? It looked like a lot of the timber that had flowed down had been cut.

    • V L
      V L Hace un año +2

      ben Dunn thats what I thought. I came down the comments looking for yours.

  • Val O'Brien
    Val O'Brien Hace 2 años +5

    Crazy the way logs were being fired out of the water like missiles around 0:56! It would have been a bit more than a couple of hull breaches there if they hit, a small boat like that could have been smashed to pieces. All that after barely making it away from the shore! Lucky people! 🍀

  • Mike of Indy
    Mike of Indy Hace 10 meses +24

    It’s things like this have shaped the entire world. I love watching nature

    • Shanna O'Brien
      Shanna O'Brien Hace 9 meses

      @Alex Hardy Yes, but that is not always the answer. It does happen when there has been prolonged or heavy rains where the soil has been completely saturated. The weight of the trees and liquifying soil can no longer hold things together and gravity helps pull everything downhill. One form of natural erosion.

    • Mike of Indy
      Mike of Indy Hace 9 meses

      @Billyboy don’t worry man, the earth will balance itself out. If you live in a house made of wood or drive a car that uses gas or electric then you are raping the world as well. A little bit of rape is still rape.

    • Alex Hardy
      Alex Hardy Hace 9 meses +2

      @Billyboy mudslides like this tend to result from heavy rain after large fires when lightening strikes cause crown fires. While increasing over past 30 years, they have ALWAYS been part of temperate rain forests. Hydrophobic soils with no organic matter . Clear cuts leave slash anymore as erosion control. It's not black and white clear cut as it might seem to a casual observation

    • Billyboy
      Billyboy Hace 9 meses +1

      It's things like this that are killing our world, these events are not natural they're caused from over harvesting of our forest lands. They've been raping the BC forests for years and this is the end result!

    • Alex Hardy
      Alex Hardy Hace 9 meses +1

      Very slowly real quick

  • Just Looking
    Just Looking Hace 3 años +11

    That other boat was dodging those logs as they popped up like torpedoes. Great sense of survival those folks had, didn't just stand there like a deer in the headlights.

  • barb ryll
    barb ryll Hace un mes

    I live in the Kootenays, and I remember this one very well.
    Hard to believe almost a decade has gone by!

    • Amrit Basi
      Amrit Basi Hace un mes +2

      I did some reading. on this. The people who passed away were a German woman and a father and his 2 daughters. Mother nature unleashing in beautiful Kootenay Lake.

    • Nathan Adrian
      Nathan Adrian Hace un mes +1

      Yup! 4 dead if I remember correctly, just a little south of my home.

  • Raymond Cava
    Raymond Cava Hace un mes +6

    Nature is awesome, it recycles everything sooner or later. Nice to see someone recording it.

  • Ricky Spanish
    Ricky Spanish Hace 3 años +68

    This guy wasn't even close compared to the other people in the other boat.

    • H ?
      H ? Hace 2 años +1

      But, 5 minutes ago...5 minutes ago, we were there, sez Richard Gere. LMAO

    • Abelis
      Abelis Hace 2 años

      They had been on shore a few minutes earlier.

  • Pastora Selma Castro
    Pastora Selma Castro Hace 8 meses

    Misericórdia meu Deus! Que perigo!
    Em que País aconteceu isso?

  • Hason Morris
    Hason Morris Hace un año +1

    Dangerously beautiful, it’s how the mighty mountain grows

  • Rosebud 64
    Rosebud 64 Hace 2 años +2

    I remember when this happened and saw it on the news. Pretty freakin wild!

  • ace baker
    ace baker Hace un mes +2

    I notice that many of the "trees" are actually logs. It appears the slide started in a clear cut. Is that correct?

  • Martin V
    Martin V Hace un año

    Glad to heat they are ok ❤️

  • no thanks
    no thanks Hace un mes +54

    Why the hell would you yell kill the engine when you see a mudslide getting ready to come crashing toward you lol

    • Bob Bobby
      Bob Bobby Hace un mes

      Well to get that Darwin award mention.....

      CONFIDENT K9S Hace un mes +2

      @BasinStreet Design Pop culture of posting a video or picture on social media to get views makes a lot of people stupid. There are so many people and animals getting hurt while the person behind the camera just takes footage when they could be helping or getting out of harms way. It’s really disgusting.

    • BasinStreet Design
      BasinStreet Design Hace un mes +3

      @get bent So they will be dead in the water but at least they will have great sound?

    • get bent
      get bent Hace un mes +4

      Because they obviously aren’t pansies..

    • Lynn Lynn
      Lynn Lynn Hace un mes +7

      they are news guys and wanted to capture the sound

  • Chris McDonald
    Chris McDonald Hace 9 meses +2

    Never underestimate the power of mother nature!!!

  • derek davis
    derek davis Hace 9 meses +3

    just incredible....SO glad those others got the hell outta there when they did!

  • Steven Curtis
    Steven Curtis Hace 20 horas


  • MegF
    MegF Hace 3 años +92

    Don't kill the engine, as you might need to get away fast.

    • Jeff Hirtle
      Jeff Hirtle Hace 2 años +8

      Val, buddy, you DO know that a boat's motor running does not necessarily equate to a spinning propeller? Geez...

    • Val O'Brien
      Val O'Brien Hace 2 años +1

      I think at that stage they knew they were out of harm's way with the bigger stuff, and wanted to kill the engine to prevent smaller debris hitting the spinning props. More damage would happen to them if were spinning, making a bad situation worse.

    • Abelis
      Abelis Hace 2 años +12

      Yeah, that was the dumbest thing I've heard in a long time...

    • Abelis
      Abelis Hace 2 años

      @6 6

  • Sal Paradise
    Sal Paradise Hace un año +22

    There were massive logs shooting along underwater that suddenly popped up like torpedoes quite a few seconds after the event. That would suck, getting pranged by one of them just when you thought you were safe. Damn that Blair Witch.

  • good guy
    good guy Hace 3 años +348

    That's going to be a good spot to fish in a couple years

    • Kevin Bacon
      Kevin Bacon Hace un mes

      Forget the fish, Gold!!!
      turned over TONS of dirt that would expose the gold below..
      Start panning....!

    • TMW
      TMW Hace 2 meses

      I regret lost of beautiful tree uffff....
      This will stagnant the water...

    • Sir Cat
      Sir Cat Hace 4 meses

      @Mad Pirate cus the logs will sink and make shelter underwater for tons of fish.
      Basicly like a coral reef, just fir freshwater fishes.

    • Doran Amatto
      Doran Amatto Hace 9 meses +1

      @Drummer Needs a Band No worries bud. This is literally the end of the road as it really doesn't go to anywhere with a large population and as far as hiways/ roads....it's very remote for a piece of BC that's somewhat close to the Canadian/ American border.

    • Drummer Needs a Band
      Drummer Needs a Band Hace 9 meses +1

      @Doran Amatto
      Looks like a beautiful place to live. I was just clownin because someone said the sob's from the gov't would clean up the debris and mess up the future fishing spot.

  • Ed The Rock Hound
    Ed The Rock Hound Hace 2 años +6

    I had the headphones on and that was crazy I couldn’t imagine what it was like live wow

  • qrtyu9
    qrtyu9 Hace 4 años +87

    You can tell alot of those logs came from a clearcut. The ends are perfectly sawn. Just like 80% of Driftwood on Vancouver Island beaches

    • David Lafleche
      David Lafleche Hace un mes

      @G Appleton And yet, for all your efforts to save the ecology, you're still not satisfied.

    • G Appleton
      G Appleton Hace un mes

      @David Lafleche Good grief man, your IQ is showing! Cover up, it's indecent!

    • voidremoved
      voidremoved Hace un mes

      @David Lafleche Damn I wish I was here 2 years ago. You are really stupid and confused it would have been fun to tell you off. You are wrong about the Bible, you made such a fool of yourself. That was great.

    • Nicole mansfield
      Nicole mansfield Hace 2 años

      Erosion at its finest. Thank you for pointing that out so I didn't have to. Such a spider web of issues, this being one of them.

    • James K.
      James K. Hace 2 años +1

      @David Lafleche So you shouldn't rule over Hebrew slaves ruthlessly but you can rule over non-Hebrew slaves ruthlessly. What a kind and loving God.

  • John Ganshow
    John Ganshow Hace 10 meses +1

    I used to see them all the time when I lived in southeast Alaska. Day's and Days of rain saturating the mountain sides, and slip, there it goes. Amazing & terrifying...

  • Nugs Bunny
    Nugs Bunny Hace 10 meses

    Glad you guys and the other people are okay!!!

  • fasx56
    fasx56 Hace 3 años

    How could the mudslide happen in such a heavily forested area which usually holds the ground together. Did a whole Mountain Side gave way because of clear cut logging or very heavy rain.?

  • Bob Hope
    Bob Hope Hace un año

    That's amazing! So lucky they were!

  • Diana G
    Diana G Hace 2 años

    How terrifying! 😲

  • Jackie D.
    Jackie D. Hace 2 años

    That was such a near-catastrophe! Crazy.

  • Chris Vesy
    Chris Vesy Hace un año

    Holy crap!! Thank God you're all ok...😱

  • i cro
    i cro Hace 3 años

    Real glad both boats were able to be started with no problems!

  • John Arizona
    John Arizona Hace 4 meses

    The logs popping up behind the boat retreating was epic!

  • Wavelength •
    Wavelength • Hace un año +1

    I remember when this happened, but I forget where exactly it was. Anybody know the exact location? Would like to see how it is now.

    • Amrit Basi
      Amrit Basi Hace un mes

      Johnson's Landing, on Kootenay Lake. Check the satellite view on Google Maps. You can see the slide.

  • onev1ew
    onev1ew Hace 6 años

    wow the force that pressure .. taking down those huge trees in a sec.. amazing nature

  • E Mack
    E Mack Hace 3 años

    Scary! They got out seconds ahead of what would have been a disaster. Those trees popping up out of the water just behind them reminded me of torpedoes or harpoons.

  • IGOTAJOP America
    IGOTAJOP America Hace 4 años

    WOW that was a close.glad to see everyone's alright.

  • John
    John Hace 3 años +22

    The cracking sound of the big trees like toothpicks is my favorite part.

    • Jess Woody
      Jess Woody Hace 8 meses

      Totally agree !! I was going to comment “ I love the sound it makes “

  • Philip Soon
    Philip Soon Hace un mes

    Man! That’s frightening😲

  • eric grosvenor
    eric grosvenor Hace un año

    That’s insane. Two people on the other boat barely got out of the way

    LITTLE Hace un año +1

    Dang, good thing they got out of the way. That noise before the slide comes down is definitely a bad sign.

  • Peter Buchhorn
    Peter Buchhorn Hace 2 años +12

    Vindictive trees after that second boat - wow

  • James Lynch
    James Lynch Hace 3 años +1

    That's crazy glad yall are ok

  • W S
    W S Hace 4 años

    awe.. so emotional.. when he said "5 minutes ago we were there ...we would have been gone " 😔😔😔

  • Andrea Gaye Scott Westfall


  • conspiracies are just great stories

    you see those tree trunks fire out of the water like champagne corks?!?! like full fledged torpedos

    • TralfazConstruction
      TralfazConstruction Hace 2 años +5

      That caught my attention too. My first thought was that those people weren't out of danger. What we couldn't see going on underwater was the frightening part.

    • Rovert Robert
      Rovert Robert Hace 2 años +4

      Make up your mind

    • A Flock of Beagles
      A Flock of Beagles Hace 3 años +16

      Scary!!!!! Terrifyingly so!!!! Imagine hearing something smack the bottom of your boat so you look in the water and these giant logs are headed right for the bottom of your boat, from the murky depths, with so much force...that's the kind of stuff that gives me nightmares.

  • Jonathan Li
    Jonathan Li Hace 7 años

    Whoa! That felt scary from here! Nice video though!

  • d gronzega
    d gronzega Hace un año

    Amazing nature.

  • The Bluest Planet
    The Bluest Planet Hace 2 años +1

    It looks like there was a mudslide in that location BEFORE this video was taken; At the start, look at all of the debris on the right side of the bank.

  • harperseth
    harperseth Hace 3 años

    Thank God you all are ok.

    AVERY CHASTAIN Hace 9 meses +1

    Holy crap those other guys got out of there in the last second!

  • Simply Divine
    Simply Divine Hace 5 años

    What a shame .....such a beautiful, picturesque landscape before the landslide and within a few seconds it's wiped out.

  • Solimar Belfi
    Solimar Belfi Hace un año

    Caramba que perigo!,por pouco não morria !,não faço uma casa pra morar em um lugar desse de jeito nenhum na minha vida !

  • Luis Gonzalez
    Luis Gonzalez Hace un mes

    Great video guys, glad you're OK👏

  • Lizard King
    Lizard King Hace 4 años +412

    they literally got int the boat and left at the absolute last possible moment wow talk about playing ding dong ditch with deaths door.

    • 93da9teg's Mom
      93da9teg's Mom Hace 3 años +5

      They just mushroom-stamped mother nature directly on the forehead.

  • Amrit Basi
    Amrit Basi Hace un mes

    This is a secondary slide. The initial slide was so intense it traveled for 2.5 km and dropped 700 m into Kootenay Lake.

    Houses lost: 5 ~ Lives lost: 4 (including a father and 2 daughters).

    Intense rain in June 2012 followed by intense heat (> 30°C @ 50th parallel) followed by quick melt of the 120-140% snow pack caused over saturation of the highly porous soil (Karst Topography), resulting in stability failure of the upper portions of Gar Creek. A soil scientist living south of this tiny community said the creek banks failed, damming Gar Creek and a water build up lasted for days before finally giving way.

  • Random Dude
    Random Dude Hace 10 meses +81

    Please tell me they punched the "kill the engine" guy in the mouth after that.

    • Matt Smith
      Matt Smith Hace 6 meses

      @John Schumer when you're asking 99.9% of people what is wrong with them, ever considered maybe it's not them John lol.. oh btw because you're so into arguing you don't even evaluate what the other person said I'll spell it out for you. They weren't agreeing with your opinion

    • John Schumer
      John Schumer Hace 7 meses

      @Lucas Tisdale If you agree in turning off the motor then what is your problem yah tod? Then you agree with me? What is your point? Do you just like to argue about nonsense? What's wrong with you?

    • John Schumer
      John Schumer Hace 7 meses

      @Lucas Tisdale Youre correct "whos to say" apparently you... Listen if making things up works for you go for it. Everything you said never happened. Good on you if you like life like this... You are slow. I don't know how to respond to someone like you who makes thing up that never happened.

    • John Schumer
      John Schumer Hace 7 meses

      @Lucas Tisdale Hahah you're a double fool. I felt sorry for you and thought of you as very slow. Like a smart child you have a great imagination and I only thought of you as slow. Good on you for pointing out what NEVER happened. Matey 🤣

    • John Schumer
      John Schumer Hace 7 meses

      @Lucas Tisdale Understandable. It's the fog of war lol....

  • B D
    B D Hace 5 meses

    Super video. Just amazing in so many ways...
    That cracking sound is just incredible

  • Tree Nelson
    Tree Nelson Hace un año +7

    I suspect he said kill the engine because he thought it would improve the soundtrack not realizing that his request would forever haunt him, and fortunately did not kill him and every one on the boat.

  • Marcos Vargas
    Marcos Vargas Hace 3 años +1

    Alcanzaron a salir 🙏🏼

  • Henry Washington
    Henry Washington Hace 3 años

    Growing up in SoCal we had a word for something like that. Peace!

  • fourbypete
    fourbypete Hace 3 años +38

    And that kids is why people go missing when they go alone.

  • Ricky Bowen
    Ricky Bowen Hace 3 años

    Wow what an epic mud slide that was.

  • Shaggy Dogg
    Shaggy Dogg Hace 2 años

    Wow! That is terrifying.

  • the F.R.E.E. J.
    the F.R.E.E. J. Hace 10 meses

    This causes such a visceral reaction, like watching the very force of death in the world.

  • liquidcactus
    liquidcactus Hace 7 años +1

    My brother sent me this link and i didnt read the description and in the 1st moments of the vid i thought it was gun shots, then 1 of the them said "turn off the engine!" i thought maybe they stumbled on some kind of gun fight up in the mountains..

    then the slide got closer. WOOW

  • Bully Dully
    Bully Dully Hace 9 meses +24

    “Sitting on the dock of the bay, watching that slide wipe me awaaay...”

    • Keith Clark
      Keith Clark Hace 8 meses

      That's not how the words to that song goes.

    • I.M. Askance
      I.M. Askance Hace 9 meses +3

      Great comment! Otis would approve.

  • Mr. Green
    Mr. Green Hace un año

    I have a question. Couple of years ago I hiked to a creek. The creek was covered by trees and branches. As of today, I went there to hike a again but this time, there weren’t any trees. It looked more like a canyon of rocks everywhere. Can a mudslide do that? Can it push a bunch of tress froward down the creek and just leave place looking empty with full of rocks?

    • Sam N
      Sam N Hace 9 meses

      If the ground is saturated enough it will

  • Karen Nadeau
    Karen Nadeau Hace un año

    Wow, thank God you got out in time.

  • studdaman420
    studdaman420 Hace 3 años

    Damn! That other boat came through cluch AF! Saved their lives and dude was pretty good pilot in the moment , but they should have been out of there when the forest started popping! Chick just stood there looking for bigfoot. Lol

  • Stephen Kennedy
    Stephen Kennedy Hace 3 años

    Reminds me of the Log Rides at Six Flags 😲

  • Moresunnydays
    Moresunnydays Hace 3 años

    I would have taken off afraid the boat would get in the mess! Glad those people are safe! Out just in time!

  • Savage1
    Savage1 Hace un mes

    That’s unreal!!
    Thank god they got out when they did

  • Six Forks
    Six Forks Hace 11 meses +2

    "The world is changing: I feel it in the water, I feel it in the earth, and I smell it in the air."

  • Eric Swanson
    Eric Swanson Hace 3 años

    Legend has it the guy is still in the boat thinking of what could have happened..

  • RawRC
    RawRC Hace un mes

    That is a true close call. Awesome video.

  • Péter Nemes
    Péter Nemes Hace 2 años +2

    Holy gosh! What a great fortune!!! 🤗👍
    People on board can celebrate that day as a second birthday!!!

  • i8allthepies
    i8allthepies Hace 8 años

    wow i'd never have seen that coming

  • Andy
    Andy Hace 10 meses

    00:55 yeah that’s pretty close...
    00:59 HOLY COW that’s way too close!

  • Catfish Hunter
    Catfish Hunter Hace 4 meses

    Wow. Unbelievable that one tree in the middle by the shore didn't go down.

  • BDJ M
    BDJ M Hace un mes

    Wow, that's kind of crazy!!!

  • Russell Freer
    Russell Freer Hace 2 años

    Poor camera work I thought.....thanks for catching the moment though.

  • Joris De Laat
    Joris De Laat Hace 11 meses +1

    Lucky for these people it came through the woods so they could here it comming from far away.

  • Ian Sebastian Video Blog

    this is so crazy! What a great video! #scary

  • Cynthia Jomocan
    Cynthia Jomocan Hace 3 años

    Thank God you are all safe Sir

  • Bradley Robinson
    Bradley Robinson Hace un año

    Thanks for sharing, dude.