Check out this week's craziest and most buzzworthy quotes from ABCNews.com
|'The patient fled the emergency room and drove off in an ambulance.'|
A Harvard University graduate student was accused of stealing an ambulance and leading police on a high speed chase this week in Buffalo, N.Y.
Heather Sullivan, 37, was brought in by the Buffalo Police Department and was being treated for probable intoxication and an injury early Sunday, May 20, according to the Erie County Medical Center.
"While awaiting medical evaluation, the patient fled the emergency room and drove off in an ambulance," a spokesman for the hospital said in a statement.
|'None of us had ever seen a kitten that small.'|
When two pairs of neighbors heard squeals from a Knoxville, Tenn., carport, they found a kitten so small, they thought it was a mouse.
"Moses the Cat," who went on to become an Internet sensation, was only four inches long and weighed just four ounces.
Although the vet was only "cautiously optimistic" that Moses would survive, one couple nursed him back to health, using syringes and a bottle to feed him.
|'If your main argument for how to grow the economy is 'I knew how to make a lot of money for investors' than you're missing what this job is about.'|
President Obama launched a controversial attack against challenger Mitt Romney for his work at private equity firm Bain Capital at the NATO Summit this week.
"If your main argument for how to grow the economy is 'I knew how to make a lot of money for investors,' then you're missing what this job is about," the president said.
|'No thank you for your racist promotion.'|
A Southwestern pizza chain sparked controversy this week when it offered free pizza to anyone who ordered in Spanish.
"No thank you for your racist promotion ... the native language in the USA is English ... I will never order food from you again," Kathy Williams wrote on the chain's Facebook page.
|'I pulled the baby out and then the baby still had a life and I'm very happy.'|
A New Jersey couple scrambled to free their 1-year-old son from a spinning washing machine this month at Laundromat.
He emerged giggling, and the rest is YouTube history.
|'It's like someone who really needed glasses, put them on and realized they were missing the sunset.'|
A 10-year-old from Texas heard her own breathing for the first time this month, when doctors turned on her cochlear implants, and it moved her to tears.
Born with a genetic mutation that caused her to lose her hearing as a toddler, Sammie was fitted with a cochlear implant -- a kind of bionic ear that simulates hearing -- and documented the process in an online video diary over the past several months.
|'I thought it would be funny, mind you, not for the world, just for me'|
A Toronto resident realized he could finally pay off more than $114,000 in student loans, so he paid it all at once -- in cash.
His feat went viral when he posted a photo of the receipt for $114,460 (US $111,350) on his Facebook page.
"I thought it would be funny, mind you, not for the world, just for me," he told ABCNews.com. "I didn't expect it to go viral at all."