A woman in Delaware was rescued after she was lifted to safety from the top of a water tower Wednesday morning.
The woman, who officials say was making repairs inside the steel water tower covered in stone located on a sprawling DuPont property in Wilmington, fell 10 to 15 feet off a ladder just after 9:00.
Emergency crews could not manuever the woman down the tight spiral staircase inside the tower and had to lift her off the top with a helicopter.
The rescuers were able to hoist the woman to safety and take her to Christiana hospital.
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There was no word on the woman's condition, but she could be seen moving around as SkyForce10 hovered above the rescue.