Naga Munchetty admits that she had to climb out the window and was rescued by the fire department.


Naga Munchetty admits that she had to climb out the window and was rescued by the fire department.

After becoming trapped in a school after hours, NAGA MUNCHETTY had to be rescued out of a window by the fire department.

Naga Munchetty revealed on BBC Radio 5 Live today that she had once been trapped in a school and had to be rescued by the fire department.

The 46-year-old presenter was talking about people “getting stuck” after cabinet minister Michael Gove missed an early morning television interview after becoming stuck in a BBC lift.

Naga described her “exciting” experience of being rescued by the fire department as she cheerfully recalled her own experience of “getting stuck.”

She began by saying, “I was once rescued by the fire department.”

“It was an incredible experience.”

“I was about 19 years old at the time.”

I was stuck in a school where I was supposed to leave by a certain time but didn’t.

“I had to be rescued from the window and down the ladder after that.”

It was all a lot of fun.”

Naga’s recollection of being trapped in a school building follows on from the news this morning that Michael was trapped for half an hour in a lift in the BBC building.

Naga spoke with Nick Mellor, Managing Director of the Lift and Escalator Industry Association LEIA, to get some advice on what to do in such a situation.

The expert’s most important piece of advice to listeners was to avoid attempting self-rescue because such attempts could be fatal.

Naga was instead advised to “wait for a trained lift engineer to come and release you” by the Managing Director.

After becoming stuck in a lift at New Broadcasting House this morning, MP Michael missed his BBC interview slot.

The minister was supposed to appear on Today at 8:10 a.m., but he didn’t.

Nick Robinson, the show’s host, had to explain the situation to the audience at that point.

“We were hoping to speak with Michael Gove,” he said.

You may have been expecting a response from Michael Gove at this point.

“He’d graciously come into the building so we wouldn’t have to deal with one of those inconvenient line failures.”

“Mr Gove has become stuck in the Broadcasting House elevator.”

I wish I could tell you that this is a joke, but it isn’t.

“Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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