YouTube Video ID No. THWSIOD5kQY
What a unfortunate accident.
Gosh what a freak accident.. RIP poor man
what the fug !!! :-(
While these could be freak it is equally important not to 'abuse' the escalator and elevator. Use them as their intended use and never over load them. When the lift is stuck, wait for the rescue team to secure the lift before getting out and don't try to force open the door yourself.
I have witnessed many people complaining everytime they are trapped in a lift. They just want to get out fast but forget the safety aspect. What is the point of getting out but not safe?
01) Improper lubricant used, liquefied lubricant instead of dry lubricant.
02) Liquefied lubricant drips onto drum brake mechanism.
03) Elevator exceeded maximum operational load capacity and shuts down as doors opens only half way.
04) 24 years old female nurse proceed to step out.
05) With reduced static friction (fmax) due to 01) and 02), drum brake mechanism could not cope with the mass of several tonne while shut down without the assistance of the electrical motor.
06) Gravity wins, potential energy releases into kinetic energy as drum brake mechanism fails.
07) Elevator start sliding down, 24 years old female nurse tio kiap between floor and top of elevator.
08) Blood splatter everywhere after impromptu hemicorporectomy.
Thanks, this is highly educational. Anymore?
Dr. Hitoshi Christopher Nikaidoh in a Houston, Texas Hospital just several years ago.
Originally Posted by Houston Press
after watch this video, I think better try to avoid escalator and also avoid elevator.
unfortunately I stay above 30 floor, need to do more exercise now
***People only failed when they give up***