Two Oklahoma window washers went on a terrifying wind-blown ride on Wednesday morning at the top of the 844′ Devon Tower.
— Jason Hackett (@KOCOJason) May 15, 2019
The lift they were on began swinging out of control until emergency crews were able to stabilize it and rescue the workers.
TERRIFYING! Two people became trapped on a swinging lift on top of the Devon Tower in Oklahoma City. They have been rescued and are safe! Sky 5 was on the scene during the rescue >> https://t.co/QQtAuGnCdR #OklahomaCity #BreakingNews #KOCO5 pic.twitter.com/dkof8R7S39
— KOCO-5 Oklahoma City (@koconews) May 15, 2019
They were checked out by paramedics, however officials say they refused treatment.
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