Arkansas nursing home administrators are taking a second look at safety and the costs of installing sprinklers in their homes after deadly nursing home fires this year in other states. Randy Wyatt of the Arkansas Health Care Association says the national chapter has asked local affiliates to re-examine their use of sprinkler systems after the fires killed 14 people in Hartford, Connecticut, and ten people in Nashville, Tennessee. Neither nursing home had a sprinkler system. In Arkansas, the state law says any nursing home built before 1992 ISN`T required to have sprinklers. That means that 100 nursing homes in Arkansas, or more than a third of the 245 homes, lack sprinkler systems.