No Sprinkler Systems, More Costly Damage in Oahu high-rises

While the actual damage amounts were relatively small, the dramatic difference in losses between the two types of buildings is likely to fuel the debate on whether the city should require old residential high-rises to install automatic sprinkler systems.   Read the article………….


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