• Chicago skyscraper elevator falls 84 floors, 6 rescued after 3 hours

    21 days ago - By New York Post

    An elevator in a Chicago skyscraper plummeted 84 floors with six terrified passengers inside - and it took another three hours to rescue the victims, who were trapped the entire time with no food or water. The riders - which included a pregnant woman, Northwestern law students, and tourists from Mexico - hopped in the...
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  • Elevator in Chicago skyscraper fell 84 floors before rescue

    Elevator in Chicago skyscraper fell 84 floors before rescue

    21 days ago - By The Seattle Times

    CHICAGO - People rescued from a trapped elevator in one of Chicago's tallest skyscrapers later learned they had dropped 84 floors. The Chicago Tribune reported Monday that six people, including a pregnant woman, got into the elevator early Friday after leaving a restaurant on the 95th floor of the 875 North Michigan Avenue building,...
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  • 6 people were rescued from an elevator in a Chicago skyscraper after it plummeted more than 80 floors

    6 people were rescued from an elevator in a Chicago skyscraper after it plummeted more than 80 floors

    21 days ago - By Business Insider

    On Friday, 6 people were trapped in an elevator in Chicago after it fell over 80 floors.
    The express elevator in the John Hancock building was sent falling after a cable snapped.
    The group got in on the elevator on the 95th floor, but they were sent falling.
    At least one passenger believed they were going to die.
    They were ultimately rescued by firefighters.
    Six people became trapped in an elevator after it malfunctioned and plummeted over 80 floors just after midnight on Friday.
    The group boarded the express elevator at the former John Hancock Center in Chicago on the 95th floor. But...
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  • ‘I believed we were going to die': An elevator in a Chicago skyscraper fell 84 floors, requiring a dramatic rescue of six people

    21 days ago - By The Seattle Times

    “Clack clack clack clack” was how they described the sound of your worst nightmare. Just after midnight Friday, a group of six people was descending from the 95th floor of Chicago's 875 N. Michigan Avenue building, the famous, 100-story skyscraper formerly known as the John Hancock Center, when they heard it, as 50-year-old tourist Jaime...
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  • 'I believed we were going to die': An elevator in a Chicago skyscraper fell 84 floors, requiring a dramatic rescue of six people

    21 days ago - By The Morning Call

    "Clack clack clack clack" was how they described the sound of your worst nightmare. Just after midnight Friday, a group of six people was descending from the 95th floor of Chicago's 875 N. Michigan Avenue building, the famous, 100-story skyscraper formerly known as the John Hancock Center, when...
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