Did You Think Twice About the Elevator?

The odds of dying in a New York City elevator are minuscule.

Sixty thousand elevators, literally billions of passenger-trips per year, and in 2010, three fatalities, at least some of which did not involve passengers.

And yet. All over the city Thursday morning, people arrived in the lobbies of their office buildings, or stepped out into their apartment hallways, and they paused. Or thought. Or perhaps headed directly for the stairs.

What did you do this morning?

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