Sometimes circumstances dictate that the only way for you to save your life is to jump out a window. This was the case last weekend when off-campus fires took the lives of two female Marist College students and a male friend and another fire injured seven Boston University students.
The two survivors of the fire that took the lives of the two Marist students were saved by their quick thinking and willingness to jump out of a 2nd story window to safety.
The Poughkeepsie Journal reported that one of the Marist male students who was sleeping upstairs awoke early Saturday morning at about 1:30 a.m., determined the doorknob of the bedroom door was hot. The student and the female who was in the room with him jumped out the second-floor window to safety.
Would you have been able to do what these students did? Read more here.