Norris oftentimes likes to show you collections of would-be criminals foiled by security measures (including guard dogs), including cameras, access control, and intrusion detection.
Sometimes we show you odd footage or funny footage.
And sometimes we show you a real hallelujah moment when people’s lives flash before their eyes and yet by some miracle, everyone is okay.
Such is the case with one incident caught on camera in Arizona.
A local woman was driving her car down a busy street when her brakes reportedly failed. She swerved through traffic and narrowly missed a pedestrian in a wheelchair, while actually sideswiping two men waiting at the bus stop. Miraculously, no one was hurt.
CNN Carried a brief overview of the event which was picked up in more detail by a Fox affiliate out of Cleveland.
The video can be seen by itself at YouTube.
We here at Norris are glad everyone is okay.
Please carry out service and maintenance on all your life safety systems and carry out routine maintenance on your vehicles.
Contact Norris today to see how we can set you up for regular maintenance on all your life safety and security systems.
What is Norris all about?
Norris, Inc.—a South Portland, Maine-based life-safety and security systems integrator with satellite offices in Bangor, Maine; Lee, New Hampshire; and Burlington, Vermont—was founded nearly 40 years ago by two brothers, Brad and Harty Norris. The brothers remain on the board of directors today and continue to help steer the enterprise toward its goal of advancing life-safety, security, and communications while striving to grow in its status as Northern New England’s leading systems integrator. Norris provides fully integrated life-safety and security solutions, comprising disparate systems including fire alarm, intrusion detection, access control, video surveillance, communications, and emergency notification and total systems integration via the Vigilance Systems Integration Engine and ENS. Want to become part of the Norris family? We’re hiring!