HAGERSTOWN, Md. - Some Waynesboro, Pennsylvania students took a break from the books to learn the basics of fire safety right here in
From stop, drop, and roll; to how to dial
With an instructor from the Franklin County Department of Emergency Services, the class was taught how to crawl under smoke and find the safest exits when escaping a fire. The instructor said the winter brings a higher rate of house fires, and it's important that children are prepared.
"I learned that if there is a fire you feel for the door with the back of your hand," said Ivy Bayer, student at
The children also toured the remains of a burned