I do not know if this video depicts a real incident, but it does show one type of disaster that can happen in a warehouse with overloaded shelves. I don't see any reason to believe it was faked.
The Daily Mail says that the video was uploaded to youtube without any description of where it happened. They are asking the public if they know where the footage ...
Sites that support the use of CGI or other digital manipulation effects do not provide supporting evidence. Specifically, what you see is really happening, whether in nature or in the lab. However, scenes placed together may not have actually happened together.
Say that documentarians want to capture a kangaroo fight. Getting this kind of ...
No, it is not a real accident.
The advert was created by Foote, Cone & Belding (FCB), on behalf of the Western Cape Government and AT&T's #ItCanWait campaign.
It is discussed in an AdWeek article:
FCB Cape Town confirms to AdFreak that the accident at the end was a “recreation, based on an actual incident.”
It appears the patient is suffering cerebral myiasis which is a rare condition caused by parasitic infestation of fly larvae.
It seems that a person can continue to function at high level, despite the rather horrific appearance. This Snopes article about a similar case 15 years ago in California tells about a guy who had been driving around with the ...
The video in question comes from this webcam: Viewsurf: Cathédrale Notre Dame.
This webcam only takes one 60-second video every hour, at 5 minutes after the hour (17:05, 18:05 etc).
Here's a Youtube video which shows snippets recorded at 17:05, 18:05, 19:05 etc.: Viewsurf Notre Dame Webcam: 20190415 - 17:05 to 21:05. The flash occurs at 0:23. It's pretty ...
I am going to guess that this is staged.
here is the original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lRYv_2JRCT0
Here is the gov't agency from the credits, and their #ItCanWait campaign: https://safelyhome.westerncape.gov.za/campaigns/1722
They do post videos of real crashes: https://safelyhome.westerncape.gov.za/galleries/crash-witness-5
Maybe somebody ...