Two window washers were rescued from 16 stories up in New Jersey on Tuesday.
The workers became stranded after their scaffolding got twisted amid gusty winds outside a building in Jersey City, ABC affiliate WABC reported.
According to the news outlet, Jersey City Fire Department rescued the two window washers around 4:30 p.m. at the Liberty Towers building.
First responders pulled the workers to safety through a window that had been broken by the scaffolding, the news outlet reported.
According to officials, no injuries were reported, WABC reported.