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Washington Monument elevator broke down for 'about an hour' during re-opening weekend

USATODAY.com Saturday, 21 September 2019
Someone tweeted from the top of the Washington Monument on Saturday that the elevator wasn't working and they were stuck.
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WASHINGTON — The Washington Monument's notoriously faulty elevator strikes again! WTOP reports that the Washington Monument reopened last Thursday after three years of renovation. Everyone was excited...except for the moody celebrity that is the monument's elevator. Days later on Saturday,...

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