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An Oregon woman is cut free after falling into a tiny space between two walls during her smoke break. Art Edwards reports. (NBC News)
Firefighters in Portland, Ore., worked for hours to free a woman who fell from a 20-foot-high wall and became wedged inside an eight-inch crack between two buildings. (Jansing and Co)
Extermination crews working to remove bees from a house in Miami show how one couple's home was transformed into a hive by a swarm of nearly 60,000. WTVJ's Steve Litz reports. (NBC News)
At 1,000 years old, the Tower of London is one of the world's oldest working fortresses. Meredith Vieira explores the grounds of the iconic landmark, paying a visit to the Tower's ravens and admiring the 35-carat Jubilee diamond. (TODAY)
A five-year-old boy is freed from being wedged between walls after firefighters in China use an ax and circular saw to help pull him out. TODAY.com's Dara Brown reports. (TODAY)
Friday's huge tsunami devastated a nearly 33-foot high sea wall in Taro District, located near Miyako City that was designed to protect the community from a tsunami.
Firefighters in Florida spent two days punching holes in the walls of a woman's home to reach two stray kittens that were trapped inside them. TODAY's Ann Curry has more details. (TODAY show)
NBC's Martin Fletcher reports from the Red Sea resort destination, where he believes former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is staying in his private residence, under heavy security. (msnbc tv)
Teams are scrambling to rescue victims after flash floods hit Australia. ITN's Tim Ewart reports. (NBC News Web Extra)
A nine-year-old boy is freed by crews using sledge hammers after he became wedged between two walls in China. TODAYshow.com's Dara Brown reports.