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evil hamsterBRADENTON, FL – Police say 12-year-old Maxwell Grablin was crushed to death inside a home elevator shaft while looking for a pet hamster.

The incident happened on Saturday as Grablin, the son of Dr. Patrick Grablin, was looking for his pet hamster and went inside the elevator shaft.

Grablin was crushed to death when the elevator lowered from above, the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office said. When paramedics and fire rescue personnel arrived at the scene, Gablin was pronounced dead.

Authorities say the boy’s father was at home at the time and are describing the child’s death as “a tragic accident.”

The last story we featured on DD that involved a home elevator was back in 2010, and it was just as horrific as this one.

Sherwood Wadsworth, 90, and his 89-year-old wife, Caroline, got stuck between the second and third floor of their home while inside their home elevator.

They had no way to call for help and could only hope someone would find them.

Someone did, but the couple had already been dead for a few days. They were found side-by-side on the floor of the elevator, in the fetal position.

A big thanks to Countess Olenska for depressing everyone by posting this in our forums, where the majority of my stories come from.

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