A minivan mishap in one Georgia shop and a Christmas tree made of bicycles. Here is Friday's edition of "Over the Edge".A minivan plowed into this north Georgia jewelry store. The driver, a 63-year-old woman suffered a cut on her head that required staples. According to police, the driver said an object had lodged under the van's petals, causing it to accelerate as she pulled into a parking spot. She's not facing any charges.
Seasonal singers on the steps of the state capitol in Saint Paul, Minnesota tweaked the lyrics to "Oh Christmas Tree", singing "oh fiscal cliff, oh fiscal cliff, we don't have to fall off you." These carolers with a cause are part of a group called "The Action." They support ending the Bush-era tax cuts for the wealthiest two-percent of Americans.
Citizens of Poland have a new Christmas attraction, a Christmas tree made from bicycles. The exact number of bikes used to construct the tree is unknown. In front of the tree there's a special bike connected to a small generator. Anyone can use it to turn on special Christmas lights on this steel Christmas tree.