stunt

Di-rect performing at Retropop music festival in Emmen, 10 Jun 2017
Jun 12 '17 12:45

A helicopter pilot was taken to a police station for questioning after he caused a panic at the Retropop music festival on Saturday night with a nose diving stunt. The organizers of the festival called the stunt an "individual and rash action", RTL Nieuws reports.

Festival attendees were watching a performance by Di-rect and Lucas Hamming when the low flying helicopter suddenly started a nose dive right above their heads. The pilot pulled up before reaching the ground and people below, and no one was injured. But many did get quite a fright.

Street diving world record attempt at RAI in Amsterdam, 6 Mar 2017
Mar 7 '17 10:20

A stuntman broke both his arms in Amsterdam on Monday afternoon when he jumped from a height of 60 meters in a stunt organized to promote the Funsports Xperience at the RAI, Het Parool reports.

The stunt involved three professional athletes jumping from the RAI tower between 1:35 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. in a BigAirBag world record attempt for Street Diving - a new sport involving jumping without a parachute to land on an inflatable cushion. 

Jun 13 '16 09:59

A man was seriously injured in Eindhoven on Sunday after presumably trying to jump onto a moving train. The man was found wounded on the tracks around 9:30 p.m. on Sunday, according to the Eindhoven police on Twitter. He was rushed to the hospital.

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Jun 10 '16 07:35

The Aviation Police and the Koninklijke Marechaussee launched an investigation into the crash of a Swiss F-5 jet in the Frisian village of Bitgum on Thursday afternoon. The plane came down after colliding with another jet midair. The pilot managed to get to safety with his ejection seat, but injured both ankles. The second plane made a successful emergency landing

Mario D.
Feb 3 '15 16:29

The driver of the monster truck that fatally drove into the crowd during an automotive show in Haaksbergen could soon be back in his vehicle. The truck, however, is not yet being returned to stuntman Mario D., but to the Waarborgfonds Motorverkeer (Motor Traffic Guarantee Fund), determined a court in Almelo. The stuntman was also responsible for a poorly executed stunt which led to the injury of a young girl.

Mario D.
Jan 21 '15 12:41

The foundation Guarantee Fund Motor Traffic has seized three properties of stunt driver Mario Doornink. Among these are a large house in Vijfhuizen, once owned by Heineken kidnapper Cor van Hout. Doornink bought the building in 2009.

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