Panic room

a secure room with a separate telephone line within a house, to which a person can flee if someone breaks in

a room in a building that is set up to be safe from intrusion or attack and usu. has communications equipment, food, water, etc.; also called safe room

A panic room is usually set up in the interior of the home where the family can safely retreat during a home invasion or other terroristic threat and summon help.

See safe room


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