Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson emerges from a stuck elevator at Courtside Morning Apartments on Wednesday as former NBA pro Alonzo Mourning looks on.
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson emerges from a stuck elevator at Courtside Morning Apartments on Wednesday as former NBA pro Alonzo Mourning looks on. Rene Rodriguez rrodriguez@miamiherald.com
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson emerges from a stuck elevator at Courtside Morning Apartments on Wednesday as former NBA pro Alonzo Mourning looks on. Rene Rodriguez rrodriguez@miamiherald.com

Ben Carson visits Miami housing development — and gets stuck in elevator

April 12, 2017 10:01 AM

UPDATED April 12, 2017 06:57 PM

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