Nine Women Rescued from Stuck Elevator at KUCHING


Nine Women Trapped in Elevator Experience Claustrophobic Panic

Nine Women Rescued from Stuck Elevator at Local Hotel
Nine Women Rescued from Stuck Elevator at Local Hotel

KUCHING (MAY 26): Last night, nine women found themselves trapped in an elevator at a local hotel in Kuching, leading to moments of intense claustrophobic panic. The incident occurred on May 25th, sparking a swift response from local emergency services.

Firemen Dispatched from Padungan Fire Station

At precisely 10:34 PM, the Padungan fire station received a distress call alerting them to the dire situation. The firemen quickly mobilized and arrived at the scene to discover that the elevator had become stuck on the fourth floor of the building.

Rescue Operation: Ladder and Spreader Tool Employed

The firemen sprang into action upon arrival. Using a ladder and a spreader tool, they managed to open the elevator door, ensuring the safe evacuation of all nine women. The rescue operation was executed efficiently, with all occupants being safely extracted from the elevator in a short amount of time.

Successful Conclusion to the Rescue Operation

The rescue mission concluded successfully at around 11 PM, less than 30 minutes after the initial distress call. Thanks to the prompt response and professional efforts of the Padungan fire station team, what could have been a prolonged and distressing ordeal was swiftly resolved.


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