exit corridor

exit corridor

A corridor or enclosed passageway connecting a stairway, fire tower, or other required exit with a street or alley or with an open space communicating with a street or alley.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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I would humbly suggest surrounding Idlib with a single exit corridor for civilians and starve al Qaeda and the rest of the terrorists into submission.
He added that an exit corridor will be created for militants to flee from Hodeida, which lies on Yemen's Red Sea coast.
The Syrian official together with the Russian Reconciling Center for Syria have embarked on equipping al-Wafedin region after a daily ceasefire started in the region to make it a safe exit corridor.
The boy said he was on his way out of the building when he spotted the worker lying down in the exit corridor. "I thought he was injured and needed help.
Further developments planned over the next year include alterations to the exit corridor and increasing the size of the lobby area where families and friends are greeted as they leave the building.
My colleagues and I grabbed our coats - in direct contravention of fire evacuation procedures which, in our defence, had not taken into account snow in March - and headed for the emergency exit corridor.
It's uncertain about whether the Ukrainian troops had been offered a safe exit corridor by the rebels.
In other words, Iran desperately needs an exit corridor from its current position, one that will not lead it into a humiliating one.
The 26-year-old Uzbek woman told Dubai Court of First Instance yesterday that she had sex with the 21-year-old Emirati police officer in the emergency exit corridor of the building where she was staying.
In the exit corridor, the fleeing crowd pressed against a chained gate until it broke open.
Though two means of exit egress are still required from suites, the new code now allows for one of those to go through an adjoining suite, as long as the other means of egress goes to an exit corridor. The new code no longer restricts the number of intervening rooms to exit, but it does specify that a person travel no farther than 100 Feet from any parrt of a suite to reach the nearest exit door.