FIRE­FIGHT­ERS FIND BODY IN EL­E­VA­TOR SHAFT

The Denver Post - - NEWS - — Tom McGhee, The Den­ver Post

A ten­ant at a Den­ver apart­ment com­plex where a de­com­pos­ing body was found in a park­ing-garage el­e­va­tor shaft said she smelled the rot­ting corpse but had no idea what it was.

“It was a re­ally bad smell,” said Etu Seiecamo, 29, who lives yards from where the as-yet-uniden­ti­fied man’s body was found. “I thought maybe it was some­body’s food.”

Den­ver fire­fight­ers found the man’s body Mon­day at the Wood­stream Vil­lage apart­ments on East Har­vard Av­enue, said Capt. Greg Pix­ley.

The com­plex at 10050 East Har­vard Ave. is man­aged by Greystar Prop­erty Man­age­ment. Den­ver7 first re­ported news about the body.

Only two of about a dozen res­i­dents in­ter­viewed Wed­nes­day were aware a body had been found in the com­plex. Sarah Ames, 22, said she heard the news Tues­day night, when her room­mate called her. “I am go­ing to the leas­ing of­fice to see if I can break the lease.”

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