“Killer” elevator takes woman’s life in New York city

An elevator malfunction, worth of a cheezy horror movie plot, has taken the life of Suzanne Hart, 41, an employee with advertising agency Y&R who are tenants in the 1920s building on Madison avenue.

Witnesses and reports from paramedics suggest that she was crushed between the elevator shaft entrance ceiling and the elevator floor, as it started climbing while she was entering the elevator, the doors were open.

Normally elevators should be unable to move unless the doors are closed, as there are safeguards in place to prevent this from happening. Apparently, stuff like this “happens all the time.”

Our sincere condolences to the family, we wish them the best of luck with the inevitable lawsuit.


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