These are the videos you're going to want to watch from this week

A heart-stopping rescue and a restaurant robot are some of the moments that captivated our attention this week.


A heart-stopping rescue and a restaurant robot are some of the moments that captivated our attention this week. Take a look at this week in video.

Rescue caught-on-camera


A commuter train speeding toward them, the police officers rush to the wrecked airplane on the tracks — its bloodied pilot still inside.

"Go, go, go!" an officer yells as they drag the apparently disoriented pilot to safety.

Four seconds later, the Metrolink train's horn blasts as it rips through the empty plane, body camera video of the rescue Friday afternoon in a Los Angeles neighborhood shows.

The pilot had been the only person on the private, single-engine Cessna 172 when it crashed, said Rick Breitenfeldt, spokesperson for the Federal Aviation Administration.

"We have no reports of injuries to anyone on the ground," he told CNN.

The pilot was taken to a regional trauma center.

Take a look at the scary scene in the video above.

Dog rescued 6 days after landslide

A whimper was heard from a collapsed Seattle home Thursday morning, prompting a fire department to work on the very delicate situation.

The home collapsed in a landslide six days ago, and officials say it was too dangerous to go inside.

Firefighters worked for hours cutting through walls and discarding debris until they found Sammy, a beloved black lab, safe.

Watch the video above to see the rescue.

'A huge blessing'

An Iowa family has sculpted a lighthouse out of snow and ice, all for a good cause.

This is the fourth year the Wiersma family has tried their hands at snow sculpting. Their lighthouse is complete with a spiral staircase and observation deck.

But even when it melts, the water dripping off the snowy structure will have already quenched the thirst of people thousands of miles away from Pella, Iowa.

"I think it's good that we can help others with this snow fort and get water for other people," Alaina Wiersma said.

The Wiersmas are using their architectural gift to raise money for Living Water Wells, an organization currently digging wells in Zambia, providing clean drinking water for communities across the globe.

"We want to instill in our kids and we believe that life is the most fulfilling when you do things for others and when you look to serve others. So that has been a huge thing and a huge blessing," Nolan Wiersma said.

'I got you, buddy'

A Florida police officer helped rescue a dolphin in distress, and the whole incident was caught on camera.

The officer's body camera was rolling as he helped remove a fishing net from off the dolphin.

Officer Nelson Silva of Miami-Dade Police responded to a call of a dolphin in distress.

Officer Silva responded in a marine unit and spent a couple of minutes trying to remove the fishing net from the dolphin.

Thankfully, he was able to do so.

Watch the video above to see the officer help rescue the dolphin.

The robot restaurant

The newest employee at the Eat District in Boca Raton, Florida, is really turning heads.

She’s all metal and likes to be called Bella.

Bella is a robot.

“All the reaction has been great,” said Louis Grayson, the owner of the Eat District. “Everybody’s loved it.”

Monday night, Bella served a table of four at the restaurant.

They all had their phones out, recording Bella’s every move.

Watch Bella in action in the video above

The snow loving lab

Pippi is a lab who just loves the snow, and we have the video to prove it.

Rebecca Nasados shared video of Pippi playing in the recent snow in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Watch Pippi in the video above.

Whether the yellow lab was trying to steal the snow shovel or leaping through scattered flakes, it looked like the best time you could possibly have clearing a parking lot!

Pasta freezes in mid-air

Parts of New England were so cold on Tuesday morning, it was even difficult to eat breakfast.

One observer at the Mount Washington Observatory in New Hampshire found a spot away from the 65 mph winds for a meal of leftover pasta but was not able to take one bite before completely freezing in the 30-below air temperature.

The fork was suspended in the air in between the frozen noodles on what could be one of the coldest days of the winter.

Wing Taco bell?

Maybe you've heard the buzz. Taco Bell added crispy chicken wings to their menu on Thursday.

The wings, which come five to an order for $5.99, are coated in a Mexican queso seasoning and served alongside a zesty ranch dipping sauce.

Here's the thing though — this sought-after menu addition will not be available for long. It's a limited-time offer and the wings will be gone on Jan. 12.

So are they worth the rush to Taco Bell? WLKY anchor Marvis Herring did his own little taste test so you don't have to. Watch in the player above.

CNN and our partners at Delish contributed to this story.