News stories on people running into panic rooms for safety have become more frequent. Teachers in Kabul survived an attack by Taliban suicide bombers by locking themselves into a panic room in a British Council compound. A gas station clerk ran into a panic room in San Antonio when armed robbers approached, and on Wednesday, Serena Williams locked herself in a panic room when she mistakenly thought somebody was breaking into her home. The supposed intruder turned out to be a tennis association drug tester appearing to collect a random drug sample.
So I decided to take a closer look into what makes up a solid panic room. As it turns out, the good people at ADT Security have a created an infographic outlining the various security features and living accommodations a panic room affords. It has a bided; anything less would be uncivilized. What kind of security features would you have your panic room equipped with? Leave your responses in the comment area.
Via: ADT Security
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