The house where the woman was stranded is owned by Warren Stephens, the CEO of the investment bank Stephens. The man was with his family a weekend out of town while the housekeeper, Marites Fortaliza, still in the house was present.Read also Punishment: wife (57) is two days stuck in a lift without a mobile phone in a block of flats Koksijde
The 53-year-old woman wanted Friday night in the elevator, but got stuck between the second and third floor of the five storey house in Manhattan.Dehydrated
it was not Until around ten o'clock in the morning on Monday, the family that the lift is not working, and switched them to the fire department. The firefighters were shocked when they Fortaliza in the elevator. “We came to a elevator that was stuck, not for someone who was stuck in the elevator”, what it sounds like.
The woman was taken to the hospital and is doing well. According to the authorities, she was dehydrated, but she is now in stable condition.
It is not known whether the woman is a mobile phone when she was stuck in the elevator or that the emergency button of the elevator worked. The elevator was last July inspected and then approved.Relieved and thankful
The Stephens family shows, through a spokesman, know that they are “very relieved and grateful” that things are going well with Fortaliza, that they are “like family” to consider. The family will be the cause of the incident investigations and “appropriate measures will be taken to prevent this ever occurs.”