These are the videos you are going to want to watch this week


A wild golf course chase, skiing Santas and a mini Michael Jackson are some of the moments that captured our attention this week. Take a look at this week’s video.Golf Course Chase A Florida golf course was the unusual scene of a high-speed police chase. Dash camera footage shows the moments when a suspect drove an SUV on the fairways and through the greens of the Green Harbor Golf Course in Vero Beach, trying to escape the Sheriff’s Deputies. The chase also blew the golfers out of the vehicle. Officials said the chase began at 1 p.m. outside the golf course with a report of a disturbance before the 60-year-old took off in the Toyota. Flowers said. Eventually she walked through the gate to the golf course and the chase began. The footage shows several people jumping out of the way, including a golfer who said the SUV had missed her by 3 feet. A deputy’s unmarked van pushed the SUV and sent it spinning before other MPs could lock it in. Watch the chase in the video aboveDeck The Halls A house in Hamilton, Ohio, leaves no streak unreturned grass, dressing its front and back yard in lights, even including a lighted archway. The display features more figurines and inflatables than you can count. The house also features an illuminated archway for you to enjoy. you can walk across the screen and take in all the scenes. Find familiar characters dressed in Christmas gear along the front and back lawns. Check out the display in the video player above. Mini Michael Jackson draws attention during the challenge All eyes were on a 7-year-old boy during a Christmas parade in Virginia, whose movements paid homage to the King of Pop. “I can’t seem to forget little Michael (Jackson),” said one spectator. For Clive Kelly, it was just a chance to dance like the person who inspired him to start. a look at his story above. (Credit: WTVR via CNN) Skiing Santa Claus on the slopes Santa Claus is back to “drag” him to the ski slope. More than 230 Kris Kringles skiers and snowboarders took to a resort in western Maine on Sunday to raise money for charity. St. Nicks took a hiatus last year due to the global pandemic. But they returned to kick off the ski season in full vacation gear, including white beards, red hats, and red outfits. A sea of ​​red Santa Claus costumes descended from the mountain, carving wide turns as their beards fluttered in the freezing wind. At least one Grinch in a green suit snuck into the mix, disguised as a Santa coat and hat. The event took place in the town of Newry, western Maine, home to the Sunday River Ski Resort, the state’s busiest. Before heading into the snow, Santa Claus must all donate at least $ 20, which helps support local education and recreation programs. The event raised several thousand dollars for the Sunday River Community Fund, a local charity.

A wild golf course chase, skiing Santas and a mini Michael Jackson are some of the moments that captured our attention this week. Discover this week in video.

Golf course chase

A Florida golf course was the site of an unusual high-speed police chase.

Dash camera footage shows the moments when a suspect drove an SUV down the fairways and through the greens of the Green Harbor Golf Course in Vero Beach, trying to escape sheriff’s deputies.

The chase also blew the golfers out of the vehicle.

“She was driving straight over golfers. She was driving over people in golf carts,” Sheriff Eric Flowers told CNN.

Law enforcement officials said the chase began at 1 p.m. outside the golf course with a report of a disruption before the 60-year-old took off in the Toyota.

“She was blowing through traffic lights, through red lights, she was blowing through stop signs,” Flowers said.

Finally, she walked through the gate to the golf course and the chase began. The footage shows several people jumping out of the way, including a golfer who said the SUV had missed him by 3 feet.

A MP’s unmarked van pushed the SUV and spun it before other MPs could put it away.

Watch the chase in the video above


Bridge the corridors

A home in Hamilton, Ohio leaves no blade of grass unturned, adorning its front and back yard with lights, even including a lighted archway.

The display features more figures and inflatables than you can count.

The house also has an illuminated arch so you can walk through the exhibition and admire all the scenes.

Find familiar figures dressed in Christmas gear along the front and back lawns.

Check out the display in the video player above.


Mini Michael Jackson grabs attention at Christmas parade

All eyes were on a 7-year-old boy during a Christmas parade in Virginia, whose movements paid homage to the King of Pop.

“I just can’t forget little Michael (Jackson),” said one spectator.

For Clive Kelly, it was just a chance to dance like the person who inspired him to start.

Take a look at his story above. (Credit: WTVR via CNN)


Santa Claus on skis hits the slopes

Father Christmas is back to “drag” him on the ski slope.

More than 230 skiers and snowboarders, Kris Kringles, took to a resort town in western Maine on Sunday to raise money for charity.

Merry old St. Nicks took a hiatus last year due to the global pandemic. But they returned to kick off the ski season in full holiday costume, including white beards, red hats, and red outfits.

A sea of ​​red Santa Claus costumes descended from the mountain, making wide turns as their beards fluttered in the freezing wind. At least one Grinch in a green suit snuck into the mix, disguised as Santa’s coat and hat.

The event took place in the town of Newry, western Maine, home to Sunday River Ski Resort, the state’s busiest.

Before rushing into the snow, Santa Claus must all donate at least $ 20, which helps support local education and recreation programs. The event raised several thousand dollars for the Sunday River Community Fund, a local charity.

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