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  • Bradenton couple talks about loss of 12-year-old son in tragic elevator accident

    Patrick and Karin Grablin lost their son Max last year to an accident in their home's elevator. The couple is now pushing for legislation that will require sensors in residential elevators, which would have prevented Max's death.

Patrick and Karin Grablin lost their son Max last year to an accident in their home's elevator. The couple is now pushing for legislation that will require sensors in residential elevators, which would have prevented Max's death. Video by Kate Irby kirby@bradenton.com
Patrick and Karin Grablin lost their son Max last year to an accident in their home's elevator. The couple is now pushing for legislation that will require sensors in residential elevators, which would have prevented Max's death. Video by Kate Irby kirby@bradenton.com

Residential elevator safety bill inspired by Bradenton boy's death ready for final vote in Legislature

February 25, 2016 2:25 PM