A woman who said she'd been trapped in an elevator since Friday was rescued late Monday morning by New York City firefighters, an FDNY official told Fox News.
Firefighters responded to the building on East 65th Street in Manhattan at around 10 a.m. and rescued the woman who was stuck between the second and third floors. The unidentified woman was transported to a local hospital. She was in good condition, according to fire officials.
Photos from the area showed the location to be a townhouse.
Details surrounding the woman’s entrapment weren’t immediately released.