Transcript for Instant Index: The Great Escape Out of a Bathroom at Work
Tonight an amazing story lands in our "instant index." A great escape by a woman stuck in an office bathroom for 8 hours who digs her way out. It was late at night in the ladies room at the gates foundation in d.C. Her cell phone still at her desk, the lock stuck. So she slipped paper towels one by one under the door hoping a security guard would notice. Then she tried kicking in the door and use the handle to dig through a wall. Then she had to pull apart the ceiling panels to find a pipe which she used to dig a hole next to the doorknob, put her hand through it and open the door from the outside, making her way to freedom. If you have wondered what happens when a president and former president car pools on board air force one, here's the photo on the flight returning from nelson mandela's funeral. Former president bush used his ipad to show off his paintings. Former secretary of state hillary clinton looked impressed at the presidential show and tell. Today a big surprise about yellowstone national park and the size of what lies beneath the hot springs and the old faithful guiser. They are warmed by a lake of molten rock which turns out to be so big it would dwarf mount saint helens. It's two and a half times bigger than anyone thought, which means it's enough molten rock to fill up the entire grand canyon. If it erupted, the ash could cover most of the united states. It could erupt, they say, every 700,000 years or so.
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