Wednesday, 01/30/2015 21:15 (GMT + 7)
Enter the elevator at the moment when the elevator is in trouble and stop working, the virgin is locked in a "closed box" at the weekend, without anyone knowing.
Portrait of billionaire Warren Stevens – owner of a spacious 5-storey property in New York.
The maid of Warren Stevens, Maritas Fortaleza, was rescued on Monday morning, after three days getting stuck in the elevator in the house. At present, the woman was taken to a state of emergency and was in a stable state.
The billionaire's property is a 5-storey house in the Manhattan district (New York). Every member of the family is far 3 days at the end of the week, so nobody knows about the accident that the maid has.
As CEO of the investment bank Stevens, Mr. Warren is ranked among billionaires in the world. The estimated total assets of this businessman fall to about $ 2.4 billion.
According to investigative information, only the servant Fortazilla looks at home at the weekend. The incident happened on Friday night, just in time for Fortazilla to enter the elevator. On the scale was difficult, do not move at a distance between 2 and 3 floors.
By Monday morning, when a family member and delivery worker saw an inactive elevator calling 911 (telephone emergency number in the United States), anyone found by the maid was locked. in a "closed box" for 3 days.
Investigators are investigating whether Fortaleza did not bring a mobile phone to help or the emergency button on the elevator did not work.
"When we arrived and opened the elevator door, we were shocked to find a woman in. We were told that the elevator did not work, not that someone was stuck in the elevator for several days, without knowing anyone," said the firefighter involved in the rescue.
The maid was stuck in the elevator at the moment when every family member was away.
Firefighters are forced to enter an elevator stuck in the middle of both floors to rescue Fortaleza. Later she was immediately taken to the Medical Center Weil Cornell in the city. Despite losing ground after 3 days stuck in the elevator, Fortaliza quickly recovered.
The billionaire's representative said Fortaleza worked for the Stevens family for 18 years, and the owner also considered her "family member".
"The Stephens family breathed a sigh of relief when he learned that he was recovering well in the hospital. The cause of this unlucky incident is being investigated and appropriate measures will be taken to ensure that similar incidents will never be repeated again," the spokesman said.
In fact, there are rare cases of lifts that occur as incidents. The elevator system of the building is still in good shape from the last inspection in July last year.
However, at the end of the weekend, visitors shopping at a mall in the UK also experienced terrible moments when the elevator had serious problems and shook for 40 minutes.
After a month when he got stuck in the elevator, the victim was only discovered when he died and the body collapsed.