UNDATED (CNN) -- A car drives into a store packed with people, sailors stranded off the Chicago coast, and a painting penguin; the video that will have you talking is coming up now in Take a Look at This!
An elderly driver plowed through a Florida supermarket, traveling 40 to 50 feet inside the store before coming to a stop. No one was killed, but ten people were injured, including an 83-year-old man pinned under the vehicle.
Employees and customers lifted the car to free him. Witnesses said a 3-month-old baby was thrown from a stroller. The child suffered only minor injuries. Police say there were no mechanical problems with the car.
The 76-year-old driver has been charged with careless driving.
A dramatic scene played out about 400 yards off a Chicago harbor Wednesday. A television news chopper pilot first spotted the two sailors clinging to their overturned boat in Lake Michigan.
He alerted authorities, and a police vessel with rescue divers was soon on the scene. Both men were safely pulled aboard the boat.
An African penguin is getting creative to help her Idaho Zoo with a fundraiser. A zoo administrator says, "Makena is incredibly special, she's very popular within the flock and with the public."
With a little help from a handler, Makena is creating original paintings. They'll be sold to raise money for the zoo, alongside works by other resident animals.