ROV SMOKE HOUSE 3/29/04 PHOTO BY LORI KING Starr Elem. School 3rd grader Devon Tufts (R) reacts to smoke filling a miniature-sized bedroom inside the Fire Safety House, where they learned to stop, drop and roll, call 911 and plan escapes. The students were among about 120 Starr kindergartners and 3rd graders who were taught today fire safety as part of the Safe Kids Coalition from the Toledo Hospital. Oregon firefighters were on hand for the instruction. Two students on the left are unidentified. KING / BLADEEnlarge
Third grader Devon Tufts, right, reacts as smoke from a smoke-making machine invades a fire safety house at Oregon's Starr Elementary School. As part of a program sponsored by Toledo Hospital, firefighters taught 120 third graders and kindergartners fire safety.
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