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John WilsonJohn Wilson

I was thinking about this after reading the article about Toronto.  Thankfully the one here in Perth has closed.  The only thing I could think of that kinda made sense is for the building to have full fire alarm system and that on activation of one of the detectors, all the lights automatically come on, exit signs light up, doors become unlocked and likely some kind of indicator for the door handle/release mechanism. Not exactly a low-buck system but considering the whole nature of them violates the Fire Code.  The other option might be to treat them somewhat like a B1