(CNN)A pilot sets a Guinness World Record, a missing toddler is found safe, and a delivery driver saves the day. These are the must-watch videos of the week.

3,2,1 – lift off!Pilot completes hair-raising world record tunnel flightPilot completes hair-raising world record tunnel flightPilot completes hair-raising world record tunnel flightJUST WATCHEDPilot completes hair-raising world record tunnel flightReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

Pilot completes hair-raising world record tunnel flight 01:26Remarkably, it was stunt pilot Dario Costa’s first time flying in a tunnel when he earned the Guinness World Record for the longest flight in a tunnel. His feat lasted 43 seconds, averaging about 152 mph, and took him over a year to train for. “It was a big relief, of course. But big, big happiness,” Costa said about his achievement. Quarterback quandaryWatch cute Cowboys fan confuse Dak Prescott with Patrick MahomesWatch cute Cowboys fan confuse Dak Prescott with Patrick MahomesWatch cute Cowboys fan confuse Dak Prescott with Patrick MahomesJUST WATCHEDWatch cute Cowboys fan confuse Dak Prescott with Patrick MahomesReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

Watch cute Cowboys fan confuse Dak Prescott with Patrick Mahomes 01:24Aaiden Diggs, the son of Dallas Cowboys cornerback Trevon Diggs, had an adorable mixup when he accidentally confused Cowboys’ QB Dak Prescott with City Chiefs’ QB Patrick Mahomes during an episode of HBO’s “Hard Knocks.” Aaiden said Prescott was his favorite quarterback in the “whole entire world,” so we’ll chalk it off to a bad case of nerves. Read MoreSearch and rescueMissing toddler found safe after surviving 3 days in Australian wildernessMissing toddler found safe after surviving 3 days in Australian wildernessMissing toddler found safe after surviving 3 days in Australian wildernessJUST WATCHEDMissing toddler found safe after surviving 3 days in Australian wildernessReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

Missing toddler found safe after surviving 3 days in Australian wilderness 00:54Three-year-old Anthony “AJ” Elfalak was found safe in the Australian wilderness after he went missing from his family’s property in a rural area of Putty in southeast Australia. New South Wales (NSW) Police shared footage of the toddler drinking water from a river, offering a glimpse of how he was able to survive for three days on his own. AJ is autistic and non-verbal, according to CNN affiliate Seven News. Read more about the incident here. Good Samaritan saves the dayDelivery driver spots 2-year-old boy running across busy roadDelivery driver spots 2-year-old boy running across busy roadDelivery driver spots 2-year-old boy running across busy roadJUST WATCHEDDelivery driver spots 2-year-old boy running across busy roadReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

Delivery driver spots 2-year-old boy running across busy road 02:05Delivery driver Gerson Tavaras was making his last delivery of the night when he spotted a 2-year-old boy running by himself across a busy road in Van Nuys, California. Tavaras didn’t hesitate to jump into action, stopping his car and running into head-on traffic to save the boy. CNN affiliate KCAL/ KCBS has the story.Roll the tapeTesla camera catches man faking hit-and-run, police say.Tesla camera catches man faking hit-and-run, police say.Tesla camera catches man faking hit-and-run, police say.JUST WATCHEDTesla camera catches man faking hit-and-run, police say.ReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

Tesla camera catches man faking hit-and-run, police say. 00:46A man in Slidell, Louisiana, has been charged with “false swearing with the intent to cause emergency response” after police say he pretended to get hit by a Tesla before calling the cops and claiming he was hurt. The incident was captured by the car’s camera. CNN was unable to reach Arthur Bates Jr., the man in the video, or determine if he has representation.

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