When a small plane crashed into their East Side high-rise apartment building in 2006, Lee Traub was in her apartment on the 44th floor and had to escape by bounding down the staircase.
“It helped that she was a dancer and was in good shape,” says her husband, Marvin. “The airplane hit five floors below our library. The woman in that apartment was actually blown out into the hall,” yet survived, though the people on the plane, including New York Yankee pitcher Cory Lidle, died. “Lee was perfectly fine.”
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