Joss kicked open the door with one foot, leading the way in. By now she was used to the building and though the bullets in the walls were neat, she didn't stare too much at them - nor the bulletin board with too many announcements of the building's danger. Puh-lease, it was never that bad.
"It's almost like they're right about the building," Joss huffed, more out of breath from carrying the box than put out. She adjusted her grip and tilted her head to the stairs. "You can't take the elevator, it never works. Help?" She struggled with it once more, just at the foot of the stairs.