NEW YORK - A woman who was branded with letters from the Consolidated Edison logo when she fell off a skateboard onto a searing hot manhole cover in Manhattan last year filed a lawsuit Thursday seeking unspecified damages from the utility.
Elizabeth C. Wallenberg, 27, was burned just above her buttocks and on her left arm when she fell off her skateboard onto a cover over a steam pipe at Second Avenue and 13th Street in the East Village shortly after midnight on Aug. 11, 2004, said her lawyer Ronald Berman.
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I wonder if she has any chance of winning this..
Lets do some sexy math. We add you, subtract your clothes, divide your legs and multiply
CaptOveur From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 2, posted (9 years 2 months 3 days ago) and read 1089 times:
Quoting Newark777 (Reply 1): It is kind of odd that a manhole cover would be boiling hot,
It was over a steam pipe.. When I lived in Dayton, one of a dwindling few cities whose utility companys still supply steam, the manhole covers were often rather warm. In a system that old and that big there is ALWAYS a leak somewhere.
Skater trash wanting to get rich it sounds like.. the brand will probably heal in a few weeks.