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There are many benefits to fire sprinklers They help save lives and more If there werent such an invention then many buildings would be burnt down and many more lives lost If fire sprinklers were installed in every building then people would have a better chance at saving their lives homes and belongings The places that need fire sprinklers installed are skyscrapers nursing homes day caresschools and homes When a fire sprinkler detects smoke it sprays water to put out fires which prevents fires from spreading through a home or building reducing the damages and costs to repair If water started to spray it would warn people to get out and they would also slow fire spread Two other things fire sprinklers would do would be that they save your belongings and give people a sense of security One place that needs fire sprinklers would be a skyscraper Imagine if you were in a skyscraper fifty stories in the air and a fire broke out that wouldnt be a good thing The fire would most likely shut off the power and that would leave you with no where to get out You couldnt get out by the elevator because the power would be off and you couldnt get out by the stairs if there were a fire in the hallway so there is no other logical way to get out So fire sprinklers would give people a sense of security by simply knowing they are there Another place that needs fire sprinklers would be nursing homes In a nursing home many older people cant walk and many have Alzheimers disease so many of them wouldnt know what was going on Just imagine all of the people who work there that would have to run around the building like crazy rushing all of the people out of the building If there were fire sprinklers installed they would contain the fire until the fire men arrived
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