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LAX power outage results in over a dozen 'stuck elevator' calls, number of people trapped unknown

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The Los Angeles Fire Department sent crews to the airport after receiving more than a dozen calls regarding stuck elevators beginning around 11:30 a.m. Fire officials said there were no reported injuries and the exact number of people trapped is unclear. Airport officials said flights have not been impacted by the outage.
Published 2 months ago · Los Angeles, United States

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LAX power outage results in over a dozen 'stuck elevator' calls, number of people trapped unknown

A power outage at LAX resulted in over a dozen calls of stuck elevators on Saturday.

2 months ago·Los Angeles, United States
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Off-Site Electrical Issue Triggers Sporadic Outages, Stuck Elevators at LAX

A power outage at LAX airport causes over a dozen stuck elevator calls Saturday morning.

2 months ago·Los Angeles, United States
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LAX power outage leaves unknown amount of people stuck in elevators

A power outage at LAX caused elevators to become stuck Saturday morning, trapping an undetermined amount of travelers and employees.The Los Angeles Fire Department sent crews to the airport after receiving more than a dozen calls regarding stuck elevators beginning around 11:30 a.m.Fire officials said there were no reported injuries and the exact number of people trapped is unclear.Firefighters arrived at the airport and assisted in efforts to g…

2 months ago·Los Angeles, United States
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