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An elevator in a Chevron skyscraper "skyrocketed" up 11 stories and came to a crashing stop, throwing two women into the ceiling, breaking one's ankle and injuring the other's back, the women claim in court.
"Williams used the intercom on the elevator panel to communicate with Chevron's security," the complaint states. "Williams was in contact with security off and on for approximately forty (40) minutes, at which time the elevator car, which was in disrepair, slowly began moving upwards.
"After moving just a few feet, the elevator then skyrocketed upward. The car came to a crashing stop at floor fifty (50), throwing plaintiffs into the ceiling. The crash caused light fixtures and ceiling tiles to fall on plaintiffs, who were thrown to the ground when the car stopped."
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
Anyone else have bad elevator experiences?
Originally posted by ed1320
.....the same way that box cutters are responsible for 911 Americans are a bunch of sissys.
And to top it off, someone cuts a mean silent one
Originally posted by DarknStormy
Nothing like that but I did have an experience once when I thought I was locked in. When the buttons don't respond and the doors shut it does send you into panic mode
Originally posted by ttobban
reply to post by Wrabbit2000
I wonder what the headline of that news article was?
Chevron stock shoots through the roof!