CAYUGA, Ind. (WTHI) - A woman is safe after being stuck in an elevator for hours, 100 feet off the ground.
It happened Tuesday evening at the Duke Energy Plant in Cayuga, Indiana.
It was a case that had law enforcement and safety officials rushing to help.
Officials say the woman was working at the facility when the elevator stopped 10 stories up.
Special crews were called in from miles around, including the Sugar Creek Fire Department and a technician from Vincennes.
When they couldn't get the elevator working, officials had to lower a rope down to get her out.
Officials maintained contact with her, and constantly made sure she was all right.
In all, the woman was stuck for over four hours.
Crews believe a power or equipment failure led to the elevator stopping.
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