INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAI‘I
Aftermath of Hawai‘i’s Worst High-Rise Fire
The Marco Polo high-rise fire in July claimed four lives and caused more than $100 million in property damage. It also amplified discussion about sprinkler systems and other safety issues for Hawai‘i’s thousands of condominium dwellers. Will there be mandatory safety upgrades for older high-rise properties? Did the controversy surrounding the investigations prevent us from learning how this could have been prevented? We follow up on the aftermath of Hawai‘i’s worst high-rise fire.
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