What would you do if there was a fire in your home?
It's important to get out fast! Never hide or take time to gather up your belonging. Good escape plans help
you get out of your home quickly in case of a fire. The best plans have TWO ways to get out of each room.
If one of the ways is blocked by the fire, you can get out the other way. When escaping, stay low to the floor.
Smoke rises during a fire. The safest air is down low.
Help your family make an escape plan.
1. Try to find two ways out from every room in your home. The first way out should be a door. Every way needs to be
planned and practiced with a grownup.
2. Before opening any door in a fire, feel the door first at the bottom and then work your hand up the door to see if
it is hot. A hot door means there may be a fire on the other side. Try to get out another way.
3. Stay low to the floor when escaping a fire.
4. If you have security bars in your home, make sure you know how to open them in case you need to escape from fire.
5. Pick a safe and easy-to-remember place outside the home to meet your family after you get out.
6. After you get out, call 9-1-1 or the fire department.
7. Stay outside no matter what. Don't go back for anything!
Information provided by Firesafety.gov for kids
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