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

A fire tornado, officers rescuing a 6-year-old kidnapping victim and a 2-year-old leaving the hospital for the first time ever are some of the moments that captivated our attention this week.


A fire tornado, officers rescuing a 6-year-old kidnapping victim and a 2-year-old leaving the hospital for the first time ever are some of the moments that captivated our attention this week. Take a look at this week in video.

A fire tornado

The National Weather Service in Medford, Oregon, shared a terrifying video of a recent fire tornado forming over a Northern California wildfire near Mount Shasta, California.

Firenados, or fire whirls, occur in extreme conditions when ground-level winds come into contact with a fire and whip it into the air, creating a tornado-shaped spiral of flames.

The footage captured by the U.S. Forest Service, which is managing the blaze, shows a whirl of smoke and flames on June 29.

Take a look at the tornado in the video player above.

50-yard challenge

JR Achterhoff is helping his community one yard at a time.

The 8-year-old from western Michigan is mowing grass for free as part of a "50-yard challenge."

Achterhoff told WXMI that he plans to mow for people who could use the help, including single parents and veterans.

Kathy People, one of the homeowners who got her grass cut for free, was impressed by Achterhoff's initiative.

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"I thought it was neat," she said. "You know, anything that you can do to encourage the kids to do respectful things."

Achterhoff's first mower didn't have a self-propeller, but he recently received a donated upgrade.

Although his dad drives him, Achterhoff puts in the work and said there's nowhere else he'd rather be.

Rescue caught-on-camera

Days after a Louisville, Kentucky, man was arrested for allegedly kidnapping a child, the Louisville Metro Police Department released body camera video that shows two officers rescuing the young girl.

Robby Wildt, 40, is now behind bars after witnesses said they saw him take a 6-year-old girl and put her in his vehicle Friday night, according to arrest records.

A witness followed Wildt and was able to report his tag to police. The tip led officers to find the young girl in the front seat of Wildt's car, the Louisville Metro Police Department said in an arrest citation.

Wildt admitted to police that "he saw the victim playing outside near the street, circled the block and then took her from the side of the road."

After telling police he felt guilty for the kidnapping, he told police he began to drive back to the location he took the girl from. That's where police officers made the arrest.

Three sharks caught on Georgia's Tybee Island in one day

Imagine you're fishing from the Tybee Pier in Georgia and you manage to reel in a shark. Well, that happened on three different occasions Monday morning.

The first person to pull off the feat was Robert Dean Martin of Atlanta. He had been fishing since 2 a.m. Monday, and around 10 a.m., he managed to hook a 4-foot blacktip shark, which he eventually threw back into the ocean.

"I didn’t even know he was on my line," Martin said. "I got tangled up with a bunch of other people and then that's when I felt him start fighting."

About an hour later, Savannah resident Aaron Gallegor was also fishing when he managed to reel in another blacktip shark, this one estimated about 20 pounds or so, but he says catching sharks on the pier is really no big deal.

"Yeah, yeah, we get a couple every trip," Gallegor said. "I come out here pretty frequently, three or four every time I come out, anywhere from 6 inches to 6 feet."

Within minutes of that catch, another fisherman reeled in yet another shark, and he like the others, unhooked it and threw it back in the ocean.

2-year-old boy released from hospital goes home for the first time ever

A Nebraska family is bringing their toddler home from the hospital — for the first time ever.

It will be the first time Marquinn "Q" Buckley II has ever left the hospital in his two years of life.

Q was born prematurely at 27 weeks. He weighed just 13.8 ounces at birth. His lungs hadn't fully developed. As a result, the boy spent the entirety of his life in hospitals using a ventilator to breathe.

On Tuesday, his parents Marquinn and Ta'Riance got the chance to bring their little boy home from Madonna Rehabilitation's Omaha campus.

Watch the video above to learn more about this story.

CNN contributed to this report