On Monday morning, ended the longest shift of your life: Almost three days, a cleaning woman was sitting unnoticed in an Elevator in New York. On Friday evening you should have in the private home of their employer in Manhattan is the cabin to enter. Then the Elevator between two floors of the five story building was stuck, reported, among other things, the New York Times.
not at this time, the 53-Year-old alone in the building stopped as the owner for a long weekend at home. So the broken Elevator fell on anyone. On Monday, police and firefighters were alerted after a member of the family of the house owner was in the Elevator stuck at the end of a cleaning woman's attention.
The fire Department freed the woman, who was Reportedly in "good health". It was, however, brought to the examination in a hospital. Now, it should be clarified why the woman settle with no distress call or an alarm button was pressed. At least the building codes accordingly, would have to be such a security function. A maintenance error can be excluded at the present time. The Lift in the town house in Manhattan had only been in the last summer, and have not objected to be inspected, it said.
In the case of the owners of the property, close to the Central Park is located, it should be the couple, Warren and Harriet Stephens. According to Forbes, the family ranked among the 400 richest Americans. It is considered as public shy. Warren Stephens is said to have earned with his investment company assets of approximately $ 2.7 billion. The cleaning force has been working since the age of 18 years for the family.