Posted: Aug 03, 2018 09:12 PM CDT MADISON, Ala. – Madison Fire and Rescue is taking the high-tech road to teach about fire safety.

They’re using virtual reality to put people in an emergency situation so they know what to do. In one scenario you have to lock your doors and turn off the stove.

In the second part of it there’s a fire and you have to leave your house to go to a meeting place. Firefighters say it’s a fun and engaging way to learn and teach kids how to be safe.

“The virtual reality is a concept of teaching kids about fire safety is really cool because it’s not the same, ‘stop, drop, and roll, get low.’ They can actually be in that scenario,” said Zac Tanner.

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