News Briefs: Soggy Papers
Thursday, March 23, 1995
A fire and flooding from sprinklers that caused an estimated minimum $25,000 of damage at the Carmel Pine Cone offices this week went undetected for several hours due to a flaw in the original design of the alarm system, according to Bill Hill, owner of Sentry Systems, the company that monitors and inspects the system.
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