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She was released from a Missouri jail — but she couldn’t figure out how to do it is too late.
The unidentified woman, who was released from prison in rome. Louis Justice Center on the 5th of June — and was reportedly told to exit the building — will eventually get caught in a stairwell for close to three days, after that they lost Approx. Louis Corrections Commissioner Dale Glass said.
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“Go down the hall to the elevator. Go down the stairs to the second floor, make a turn to the right. Out of jail, you’re free to go,” was what the woman was told, according to the California. Louis Post-Dispatch. She started to lift around 8:17 p.m. and was shut off.
But, at about 6:30 p.m. in June, a 7 — 2.5 days later, the woman was found in a building stairwell, the commissioner said.
A woman is caught up in the experience. Louis Justice Center stairwell for 2.5 days, they did not know how to leave the building, officials said.
The woman, as it turns out, was confused by the directions. Instead of taking the elevator to the second floor, pressed all the buttons and ended up on the fifth floor of a building.
After that, she went out through a fire exit which is signposted to warn against the entry and it was locked up. Glass told the news outlet that, once you are inside, the doors and all the floors are locked, and can only be accessed by the staff.
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Even though the woman made a sound, and the staff could not find it, as they moved from floor to floor. She didn’t need to look at the fire ladder. On June 7, the staff finally saw her through a window in the door.
The woman turned out to be ok, and it was given food and water and refused treatment at the hospital. “They said,” no, No, I just want to go home,” the commissioner said.
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“We are very sorry that this has happened before, and we will carry out precautionary measures to make sure it doesn’t happen again,” Glass said. “We would never have this happen again.”
He said corrections officials have changed their protocols to include in the guidance of the people in the building.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.