A 22-year-old woman plunges two stories down an elevator shaft after Red Sox game at iconic ballpark.
Boston Police Department, Boston Fire Department, and Emergency Medical Services responded to Fenway Park after a woman, age 22, fell about two-stories down an elevator shaft. She was rescued by firefighters on top of an elevator car, where she was found unresponsive. The woman was transported to Beth Israel Deacone Medical Center.
@BizballMaury initial reports, Maury, is that she had her back to the elevator doors when they opened. That doesn't explain why they opened
— Gordon Edes (@GordonEdes) May 17, 2014
The incident is under investigation, but is believed at this time to be an accident.
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