CHICAGO (CBS)– Firefighters came to the rescue of a woman and her dog who got in an elevator in Streeterville.

The two were stuck for over 2 hours. The battalion chief told CBS 2 the rescue was tough because the woman and her dog were stuck 14 feet below the 24th floor.

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Cheif Stephen Little said crews used two ladders in the rescue.

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Firefighters used a special harness for animals to get her small dog out.

The incident took place at a condo building at Chicago and Michigan.

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There was an elevator mechanic on scene, but he was unable to get the elevator to move.