NEW YORK (WCBS 880) – As investigators look into the company that worked on the elevator that killed Suzanne Hart last week in Midtown, it’s now known there is a lawsuit against the same firm over an incident in which another woman says she was seriously hurt.

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Anne Landle was on her way to an eye doctor appointment two years ago in a building on Park Avenue, when the elevator doors opened, and immediately slammed shut, sending her flying backward to the marble floor, along with her cane.

“Then I just was laying there in my blood. I had a four-inch gash in my head. My collarbone was broken,” she told WCBS 880 reporter Alex Silverman.

Landle is 94-years-old now and she says she still can’t walk without help.

But after hearing what happened to Hart last week, she calls herself lucky.

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“The doors threw me back into the hall again. If it were [to have] taken me down, it would happen what happened to that lady. I’d be killed instantly,” she said.

Landle filed a suit against Transel Elevator in 2009.

WCBS 880 reached out to the company for comment, but have received no answer.

Hart, 41, died inside the lobby of the Young & Rubicam building at 285 Madison Ave. around 10 a.m. on December 14. Authorities said she was stepping inside the elevator when it suddenly shot upward with its doors still open.

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