A Michigan construction worker had to be rescued from a high rise Monday morning after he started having heart trouble.
The worker was on the ninth floor of a condo in Grand Rapids when he doubled over in pain.
Rescue workers used a rising platform to take him down to the seventh floor.
Fire crews then carried him down a flight of stairs to the second floor, where a rope was used to lower him to a waiting ambulance.
Officials say the construction worker is in serious condition.