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Weird NewsPope rescued by firefighters after being stuck in an elevator

17:30  01 september  2019
17:30  01 september  2019 Source:   abcnews.go.com

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Pope Francis has been rescued by firefighters after he got stuck in an elevator for 25 minutes, ahead of his weekly address on Sunday.

Pope rescued by firefighters from elevator Pope Francis arrived 7 minutes late for his traditional noon appointment with the public in Saint Peter’s Square in Vatican City on Sunday because he was stuck in The Pope apologized to the crowd on Sunday after he had to be rescued by firefighters .

Pope rescued by firefighters after being stuck in an elevator © Tiziana Fabi/AFP/Getty Images Pope Francis speaks from the window of the apostolic palace overlooking St. Peter's square during the weekly Angelus prayer on Sept. 1, 2019 at the Vatican. He had been stuck in an elevator for about 25 minutes.

Pope Francis arrived 7 minutes late for his traditional noon appointment with the public in Saint Peter’s Square in Vatican City on Sunday because he was stuck in an elevator for 25 minutes, according to the Associated Press.

The Pope apologized to the crowd on Sunday after he had to be rescued by firefighters.

“I have to beg your pardon”, he said while smiling.

Pope Francis said that a “drop in tension” caused the elevator to block, apparently referring to electrical power.

Pope Francis seemed to take the whole event in stride.

“A round of applause for the fire brigade”, he said, according to AP, as he asked the public attending his service in the square to applaud the Holy See firefighters who rescued him from peril.

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