Researchers call for alarms with lower tones combined with woman’s voice as they look for families to take part in study

Children are at risk of dying in house fires because they often remain asleep when smoke alarms sound, say researchers.

They are calling for high-pitched buzzers to be replaced with lower tones combined with a woman’s voice.

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