This life is inevitable and the things we least expect happens. Many has gone so soon due to accident, and this accidents can come in different form and manner.
A CCTV footage share by Facebook user Nnamdi Ezewuzie shows the moment a lady met her death after falling into faulty elevator in a hotel she came to attend a wedding ceremony.
According to the CCTV footage, the elevator seem to have malfunctioned and the lady was unaware of it. While she tried to walk into the elevator, she fell in directly and as a result, she died.
Nobody prays for sure an unfortunate incident to happen to anyone. And we should try as mush as possible to be conscious of our environment to avoid things like this.
From the video, she clearly did not look closely enough to know that the elevator was not there anymore.
May Her Soul Rest In peace
WATCH THE VIDEO HERE
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