Wednesday, 30/01/2019 21:15 (GMT + 7)
Enter the elevator at a time when you are in distress and stop working, a home assistant is locked in a "closed box" during the weekend, without anyone knowing.
A portrait of billionaire Warren Stephens – a spacious 5-storey owner in New York.
Warren's service Stephensa Marites Fortaliza was rescued on Monday morning after three days of closing in the home elevator. Currently the woman was taken to an emergency and was in a stable state.
Billionaire's property is a 5-floor house in the Manhattan (New York) area. Every member of the family is absent for 3 days at the end of the week, so no one knows about the misfortune the maid has.
As Executive Director of Stephens Investment Bank, Mr. Warren is ranked among the billionaires in the world. It is estimated that the total assets of this entrepreneur fell to about $ 2.4 billion.
According to investigative information, only Fortazil's home helpdesk returns home over the weekend. The incident happened on Friday night, just as Fortazila entered the elevator. The ladders were hard, they did not move on the distance between 2nd and 3rd floor.
By Monday morning, when a family member and a worker saw an inactive elevator calling 911 (emergency phone number in the US), everyone who found the service was locked. in a "closed box" for 3 days.
Investigations investigate whether Fortaliza has not provided a cell phone for help or that the emergency call button on the lift did not work.
"When we arrived and opened the elevator door, we were shocked when we found the woman inside. We were told that the elevator was not working, not that somebody had been stuck in the elevator for a few days, and nobody knew that, "said the firefighter who took part in the rescue.
The hearing officer was stuck in the elevator exactly when every member of the family was absent.
Firefighters were forced to enter the elevator jammed in the middle of the two storeys to save Fortaliza. Later, she was immediately taken to the Weill Cornell Medical Center in the city. Despite losing ground after 3 days of lifting, Fortaliza quickly recovered.
A billionaire representative said that Fortaliz worked for Stephens for 18 years, and the owner is also considered her "family member".
Family Stephens relieved with relief when they learned to recover well in the hospital. The cause of this unfortunate incident is being investigated and taking appropriate measures to ensure that similar incidents will never happen again, "the spokesman said.
In fact, cases of elevators in which such incidents happen are rarely the case. The elevator building system is still in good condition since last inspection in July last year.
However, at the end of the weekend, visitors who bought at a shopping mall in the UK also experienced terrible moments when the elevator had serious problems and shuddered for 40 minutes.
After being stuck in the elevator for a month, the victim was only discovered when he died, and the body was torn apart.