OKC firefighters rescue window washers near top of Devon Tower

By Chris CasteelStaff writerccasteel@oklahoman.comOklahoma City firefighters made a quick rescue Wednesday morning of two window washers who lost control of their basket near the top of the 50-story Devon Tower.
Benny Fulkerson, spokesman for the Oklahoma City Fire Department, said there were “scary moments” before firefighters rescued the workers by lowering ropes from the roof.
The window washers secured the ropes to the basket which stabilized the basket before the men were rescued.
Fulkerson said there was no indication of how the basket became loose.Read more on NewsOK.com

By Chris Casteel
Staff writer
ccasteel@oklahoman.com

Oklahoma City firefighters made a quick rescue Wednesday morning of two window washers who lost control of their basket near the top of the 50-story Devon Tower.

Benny Fulkerson, spokesman for the Oklahoma City Fire Department, said there were “scary moments” before firefighters rescued the workers by lowering ropes from the roof.

The window washers secured the ropes to the basket which stabilized the basket before the men were rescued.

Fulkerson said there was no indication of how the basket became loose.
Read more on NewsOK.com

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