An 82-year-old man died after being stuck inside a Denver elevator for nearly a month. The decomposed remains of Isaak Komisarchik were discovered inside a parking garage lift by elevator repair workers on Aug 2 after nearby residents complained about the awful stench, according to The Denver Post. Komisarchik had entered the elevator on July...
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MAY 02, 2014
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DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2014 - LIFT TECH ELEVATOR CONSULTANTS, LLC
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