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Fire Sprinkler Systems And CO Detectors Should Prevent Future Tragedies

If the administrators who manage the Notre Dame cathedral had opted to install a sprinkler system, the recent fire would likely have automatically been extinguished within approximately 10 to 15 minutes, and the damage would likely have been minimal. Scott Benowitz looks specifically at two safety features: automatic fire sprinkler systems and carbon monoxide detectors.  

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