The message is clear: If YOU or YOUR CLOTHES catch on fire do not run.
Running will cause the flames to spread. That would be more dangerous for you and those near you. Running will also provide the fire more oxygen, which could make it larger. You want to put the fire out.
We’ve learned from hundreds of school presentations that many kids think you should “Stop, Drop, and Roll” when your house is on fire. No. When you find a fire in your house – you should follow the Family Escape Plan that you’ve created and leave the building. If necessary, Get Low and Go, crawling under the smoke and poisonous hot air that is rising to the ceiling. Meet at your predesignated safe meeting place outside of your home and then, and ONLY then, call 9-1-1.
Stop, Drop and Roll ONLY if you or your clothes catch fire.