Even if you’re not claustrophobic, nobody wants to get stuck in an elevator, which is exactly what happened to Amanda Carpenter back in February.
She was stuck in an Amtrak elevator at BaltimoreWashington International Airport, and in an attempt to get help, she tweeted it out to let her followers know.
A few minutes later, she tweeted out this photo of the elevator’s expired safety certificate, which I imagine was super reassuring.
That’s where the elevator tweets stopped, so one would assume Carpenter was eventually rescued or now a ghost, seeing as she’stweeted in the sevenmonths since.
But that’s not where the story stops, asAmtrak just replied this week asking Carpenter if she was still in the elevator.
Carpenter was quick to point out their mistake in a tweet not sent from inside an elevator.
Apparently, it was all because someone had retweeted the 7-month-old tweet.
Read more: http://twentytwowords.com/it-took-amtrak-7-months-to-reply-to-a-woman-stuck-in-an-elevator/