Terrified workers fled a new Manhattan skyscraper after experiencing a huge ‘shake’ run through the building, after workers at the popular business and tourist site were repairing one of the elevators and, according to the managers, caused the shaking,
Office workers claim the 14th, 51st and 60th floors all shook dramatically.
A spokesman said the shaking was caused by repair work to the elevators.
One Vanderbilt opened in September 2020, having cost $3.31 billion to build,‘according to FLIPBOARD.
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