It’s always tough to hear about someone young dying tragically. Thoughts and prayers for Quentin Moses’ family.
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Very sad news about a DGD. I’ve been changing the batteries in our smoke detectors this weekend…a good reminder to all to do the same.
Must have been an older home. Smokes were required to be hard-wired in early 90’s. One outside each bedroom and kitchen. . Battery backup in case of power outage came later. And now there are carbon monoxide requirements. Also most models beep an alarm when battery is weak. Terrible loss.
“A hard-wired smoke or carbon monoxide (CO) alarm is wired to a 120V household electrical circuit and is connected to other detectors throughout your home. Hard-wired smoke and carbon monoxide alarms sound simultaneously, on all levels of your home, when a single unit detects smoke or gas. Units with battery backup provide extra protection by functioning even if a fire causes the power to go out. ”
While most local building codes require hard-wired smoke alarms in all new construction, there’s added security and protection if you’re installing one in an existing home, and the steps are the same whether you’re installing smoke alarms or CO alarms.
awful to hear this …RIP Dawg. His name always made me think of the Jerry Reed lyrics ….’hunted alligators for a living’.
That’s terrible news and definitely puts football in its proper place. A DGD gone too soon.
Heartbroken. RIP QM. DGD.
Very sad news.
DGD. Never did understand how someone who wrecked offensive backfields in college like he did couldn’t stick as a pro.
The average NFL career is 3.3 years.
Sad news, R.I.P.
So sorry to read this. My thoughts to his family and friends.
Sad new, indeed.
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