Fortunately for the people on the flight, the woman who refused to wear her mask was taken off the flight after conflicts with other passengers.
The Coast Guard closed Florida ports as the storm approached the East Coast, forcing several cruise ships to change their itineraries.
The passengers ran to make it back on time to their ship as it departed Bermuda for New York.
"While we expect only a small number of riders to ultimately be impacted by ratings-based deactivations, it's the right thing to do," Kate Parker, Uber's head of Safety Brand and Initiatives, said.
Passengers claimed that the ship's crew said "another 45 minutes won't kill anyone" while they were stuck in the elevator.
"I don't know how I am going to get back… I can't afford any [other] flights," one customer said.
One passenger described the scenes onboard as "pure chaos."
The bus fell 164 feet into the Yangtze River in China.
Twelve passengers experienced symptoms.
Ten passengers who were admitted to a local hospital were diagnosed with influenza and will continue to be monitored.
Areas of the Texas coast experienced up to 10 inches of rain.
At least 31 people drowned when the overloaded vessel sank in Indonesia.
The passenger reportedly approached the air marshal from behind and jumped on his back.
In the wake of the fatal engine failure, the families of victim Jennifer Riordan and the surviving passengers are likely to take these steps in filing lawsuits.
The airline offered to refund their customers left in Mexico over the weekend after flights were canceled.
"Thanks to this man, we are now sitting in the back in the Denver airport as they search our plane and luggage for any bombs," passenger Tara Kraatz said.
In a video, the nude suspect swings around on the train poles and then strikes another passenger.
The passengers, who had been scheduled to fly to Portugal, will now be stuck in Germany until Monday.
Passengers on a Greyhound Bus traveling from Phoenix to Dallas engaged in "mutiny" when they realized the driver was falling asleep and attempting to keep herself awake by pinching her face with tweezers.
Passengers made to sit on the airport tarmac for two hours say staff ordered them to delete videos of the incident.
Some of the passengers became so worried about pirates, they began reporting every boat they saw to the crew.