A newly released report from the city's Department of Buildings shows a litany of elevator problems at the Manhattan high-rise were an ad executive was crushed.
According to the DOB, 285 Madison Avenue received 11 violations against the 13 elevators in the building in the aftermath of the deadly accident.
Over the past 10 years the building was hit with 56 violations.
The elevator that malfunctioned last month did not have a "certificate of compliance."
Other elevators had more serious issues.
Marketing executive Suzanne Hart, 44, was crushed when an elevator suddenly shot up as she was getting on back on December 14.
Saturday, January 14, 2012
Death elevator had a slew of violations
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:17 AM
Labels: accident, death, Department of Buildings, elevator, manhattan
No surprises. Think DOB how many deaths violations ignored or bribes. Think CityTime Bloombeg Quinn biz as usual. http://suzannahbtroy.blogspot.com/2012/01/youtube-breasty-expose-mega-fraud.html Wake up!
Nothing has changed. New Building Code; Safety Initiative . . . .
Still dysfuntional - still corrupt.
The DOB is promoting new development and streamlining everything.
What is wrong with this picture? Everything! It seems moronic.
Investigate the DOB, have the feds run it. how many more people have to die?
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