She fell about 6 feet and was later extracted by emergency crews and rushed to a hospital. You can also check me out on my show China uncensored with new episodes everyday. She wasn't hurt, at least not physically, remarked Early Show co-anchor Chris Wragge. Share your stories in the comment section below and be sure to subscribe. They soon rescued the injured woman. Security video shows the 67-year-old woman walking while using her cellphone.
She fell 6 feet to the floor below. Cruz Marrero, 49, who works in the mall, has hired an attorney. So please, let's not let another tragedy like this happen again. Surveillance video shows a construction crew going down to the cellar to do some work. A girl and woman walking in the other direction saw it all, and in just a few moments, a whole crowd gathered to see what happened.
So how was text walking affected you? Moments later, shocking security video shows her tripping over the access door and flipping into the basement. It happened around noon, in front of Acme Windows on Somerset Street in Plainfield, New Jersey. Multitasking is not everyone's strong suit. Authorities say the 67-year-old woman appeared to be texting on her phone when she fell through the open door. Martin Delgadillo was standing outside his barbershop on Somerset Street just before noon when he saw the woman plunge through the access door. . Let's take another look at that graceful nosedive she did.
She told the Reading Eagle, I don't think security was professional because they didn't send anyone to check on me until 20 minutes later and I had already left. She was looking at her phone — the last minute — she hit the door and fell right in, Delgadillo said. Right before she gets to the open door, she looks at her phone and flips head-first into the basement about six feet below. Two women walking by were stunned by what they saw and the worker in the cellar rushed to help the woman. But Cruz Marrero says what does hurt is the humiliation from the video having been put online. She was taken to the hospital with what were said to be serious injuries.
The woman walked right into one of the doors and flipped over it, falling 6 feet into the basement. The woman, who has not been identified, was last listed in serious condition. The 67-year-old woman suffered serious injuries after dropping six feet down the stairs and into a basement. Uhhhh, looks like that's not any idiot. Falling six feet down, she sadly sustained critical injuries as a result of the accident, reports. Surveillance video captured the 67-year-old woman along a Plainfield, N. Surveillance video shows the woman walking down the sidewalk in front of a row of stores, headed straight for the cellar doors.
After seeing this video, we think you will never use or operate mobile phones while walking and driving. The incident happened around noon in front of Acme Windows in Plainfield, New Jersey. The Plainfield Fire Division extricated the woman from the hole and rushed her to the hospital for treatment of serious injuries. The sidewalk access doors were open because workers were tending to gas line repairs in the area. For over three generations, the Academy has connected millions of people to great poetry through programs such as National Poetry Month, the largest literary celebration in the world; Poets. The woman was hospitalized with serious injuries. Two passers-by and the worker in the cellar rush towards the woman.
Seriously folks, if you want to text, safety first. A utility crew was doing work on the lines and left the sidewalk cellar doors open. She was listed in serious condition at a hospital on Thursday night. Police said her injuries were not life-threatening. The woman, who has not been identified, was walking down a sidewalk in Plainfield, N.
Passersby reach out to help her, but she is already mid-fall and disappears into the hole. We had earlier seen many incidents where people facing serious dangers using phones. Then minutes later, the woman appears down the block walking straight towards the cellar. He said he wished the workers had put up cones or some other warning indicator about the open doors. Oh man, living in a police state where every action is recorded by unseen cameras could be so funny! A New Jersey woman distracted by her cellphone while walking on a sidewalk, was hospitalized after she fell nearly two metres into open basement access doors.
The Academy of American Poets is the largest membership-based nonprofit organization fostering an appreciation for contemporary poetry and supporting American poets. Utility workers repairing gas lines had opened the sidewalk doors to access the cellar of a store called Acme Windows. Well here's some fun facts for you people. Ask my husband: I cried for days. One of the luck factors was there were men working in the underground cellar that were 6-feet deep. The Plainfield Fire Division pulled the woman from the hole and rushed her to the hospital for treatment of serious injuries.
The video shows the woman being taken away in a stretcher by paramedics and firefighters. Others on the block quickly came to look, including a police officer who happened to be across the street. Texting while walking, Cruz says, is dangerous. The access doors were open because crews were repairing gas lines in the area. She didn't notice an open sidewalk access door in front of her and plunged down the hole. On The Early Show, Wragge and fellow co-anchors Erica Hill, Jeff Glor and Marysol Castro weighed in on the incident, which was shown repeatedly as they spoke:. The surveillance video shows fire crews carrying her out of the basement on a stretcher.