Air Traffic Controllers Have Walked Up 25 Stories Every Day For Four Months

At the Salt Lake City International Airport, an earthquake in March caused damage to an elevator to the control tower. This meant that air traffic controllers had to walk up 25 stories of stairs every single day for four months.

The parts needed to fix the elevator were unavailable due to delays associated with the Coronavirus which caused the delay. Eventually the parts were located and sent and the elevator is finally working again.

Did the air controllers get to clock in at the bottom of the stairs to start their shift?

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