Weston Androw, 7, died when he became trapped in an elevator at his family's vacation rental home on the Outer Banks in North Carolina in 2021.

Weston Androw, 7, died when he became trapped in an elevator at his family’s vacation rental home on the Outer Banks in North Carolina in 2021.

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Consumer protection officials announced a recall of thousands of elevators a year after a 7-year-old boy died getting trapped in one on North Carolina’s Outer Banks.

In July 2021, 7-year-old Weston Scott Androw died when he became trapped “between an elevator car and the elevator shaft” inside his family’s vacation rental in Corolla on the Outer Banks, according to WBNS. First responders found the boy, who was from Ohio, trapped in the elevator without a pulse, according to the Associated Press.

They were able to free the boy but weren’t able to revive him.

Now, state and national officials are taking steps to increase the safety of residential elevators and reduce risks to children.

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