Friday, July 11, 2008

Apparently, there are no elevators in Utah

Since 15 teenagers, ranging in age from 14-17, in town for the Brigham Young University Especially for Youth camp at EMU, had to be rescued and some transported to local hospitals because they got stuck (yes all at once) in an elevator at Eastern Michigan's Walton Hall.

The overloaded elevator stopped between the first floor and the basement for an hour. After being rescued several showed signs of dehydration and were transported.

We'll simply write this off as a case of "Boys Will Be Boys"


Jack Johansson said...

Moronic headline dude.. the kids were locals.. all from Michigan.

Johnny Action Space Punk said...

Thanks for the tip, I'm sure it won't be the last time I'm

A) Wrong
B) Moronic
C) Corrected

To quote Elwood Blues--Whadda ya want for nothin?

Johnny Action Space Punk said...

In fairness Jack, from the Steven Wright book of law, next time I feel the urge to tag Utah, I'll simply let it go.

Steven Wright:
"I ran a red light and my friend who was riding with me pointed it out. I said it's OK I'll stop twice at the next one"

Anonymous said...

Dehydrated after 1 hour...... What are they crackheads?