Program installs smoke alarms in elderly homes - Hawaii News

The Honolulu Fire Department will partner with community groups to install smoke alarms at the homes of elderly residents in Papakolea on Wednesday. Full Story
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Aiea, HI

#1 Sep 19, 2009
Will it have flashing lights? Elderly cannot hear well. Mo beddah get an expensive one hooked up to the home's electric supply so never need to change batteries. Elder too weak to change batteries or lift hands above their heads. Powerful strobe lights need lots of electricity, and I'd like to see a system where all the lights flash even if there's a fire in only one room.
Moki

Denver, CO

#2 Sep 19, 2009
This is HFD's way of justifying their budget. Not many fires anymore.

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