Woman trapped – after leaping between two buildings

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A CALIFORNIA woman was left trapped in an 18-inch gap for more than an hour after she tried to leap between two buildings.

The 28-year-old was jumping across the rooftops of commercial buildings in Santa Ana, Orange County, on Monday night when she stumbled.

At first she plunged five-feet into the void and then, with her feet sideways on the walls, managed to “scoot down to the bottom,” the fire department revealed.

She ended up wedged — not being able to move left or right — between a vacant supermarket and a strip mall.

Dozens of firefighters were called to free her from the tiny gap.

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2 Responses to “Woman trapped – after leaping between two buildings”


  1. 2 Nathan M. Bickel December 3, 2013 at 3:06 pm

    It appears as if the rescuing authorities need to (only) give this woman some (very) basic nutritional sustenance and wait it out for a more opportune time to pull her out of her dilemma. From all appearances some pre-holiday dieting might do her some good.


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