Portland Fire Bureau were crews trying to rescue a woman Wednesday morning who somehow got wedged between two buildings at 12th and Columbia in downtown Portland.

The incident began about 4 a.m. when a woman was seen smoking, then a passerby heard a scream. She had somehow fallen into a tight space at the Gretchen Kafoury Commons and an adjacent building.

Firefighters first tried a rope rescue, then decided to cut through the wall of a parking garage to free her.

The woman was alert, agitated but did not appear to be seriously injured. She has been talking with rescue crews as they sawed through concrete block walls.

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