Dumar Scott returns to top-floor apartment in Flatbush after elevator is repaired

A Flatbush man is sleeping in his own bed again now that the elevator in his apartment building has been fixed. The broken elevator prevented

The wheelchair-bound tenant had to sleep in his

The wheelchair-bound tenant had to sleep in his lobby for more than two weeks.

BROOKLYN - A Flatbush man is sleeping in his own bed again now that the elevator in his apartment building has been fixed. 

The broken elevator prevented Dumar Scott, who suffers from cerebral palsy and is in a wheelchair, from getting to his home on the top floor of the six-story building on Linden Avenue.  

Scott said he had to sleep in the lobby for more than two weeks. 

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