Hot Shots: June 16

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A stunt plane lost altitude and crashed during an airshow in Rexburg, Idaho. The plane was in the air when it suddenly lost power. It crashed onto a golf course.

The pilot was the only person on the plane and he suffered only minor injuries. No one else was injured.

A 24-ton dump truck caused a chain reaction that resulted in a vehicle smashing into a Castro Valley, Calif., home on Thursday morning.

The dump truck rolled down a hill after its driver jumped out. It pushed a parked vehicle into a house before crashing into another car.

No one was injured.

Two sisters from Austin, Texas, have created a business that allows women to carry weapons in special purses.

The Lucky Squash Buckler is a purse line designed for ladies who are packing heat. The bags vary in shape, size and design.

The two women have sold dozens of bags through their website and on etsy.com.

Nik Wallenda, an eighth-generation daredevil, walked 1800 feet across Niagara Falls on Friday night.

33-year-old Wallenda was the first person to do the stunt. He completed it by traveling 200 feet above the air on a 2-inch cable.