Time for what's trending at 5:30…
A rescue team in China had to hammer and chisel through a concrete wall to save a woman.
This is incredible video of the rescue, near Shanghai.
Crews say the woman apparently got stuck after trying to take a shortcut through a narrow gap.
The owner of the house heard the woman yelling but thought her cries were from a ghost.
Seven hours later, firefighters were called in and were able to free her.
To Austria now, where a new walkway takes visitors high above a 'cool' site.
A 328-foot long bridge, called Skywalk, allows visitors to walk 1,200 feet above a glacier.
The attraction's website claims the bridge is only for those with nerves of steel.
Construction went on through snow, wind, and extremely cold temperatures… Of minus 20-degrees.
It took about 170 working hours to finish.
In the nation's capitol, one of the biggest flowers in the world has fooled us all.
A corpse flower was thought to have started blooming at the United States botanic garden conservatory.
But, it turns out, the flower isn't blooming.
When it does open up, it will give off a stench that has been described as rotting meat, decomposing flesh and smelly gym bags.
It has been at the garden since 2007 and has not ever bloomed before.
And finally to San Antonio, Texas where bartending isn't just about pouring drinks these days.
It's about doing it with style as seen in the movie, “Cocktail.”
Last night, bartenders faced off to see which one had the most flair.
People from as far away as Argentina and Austria came to show off their skills.
About 20 people competed in the fourth year of this event.