Firefighters rescued a man from a trapped elevator early Monday morning — only to see him get stuck in a second elevator just moments later, CBS Chicago reports.
Around 9:15 p.m. Sunday night, the man notified authorities that he was stuck inside the 21st floor elevator of the Mid-Continental Plaza in Downtown Chicago, according to WLS. After roughly three hours, firefighters managed to free the man from his suspended prison, but when he took another elevator down, that ride became stuck as well.
At least the had company the second time around — when rescue workers worked to free both the man and another firefighter who got stuck with him.
Everyone eventually safely left the building, reports said.