Never use that entrance except when bringing something heavy into the library and you have the director's permission.
Do not use that entrance. Ever.
An alarm will go off if you open that door. If you see flames or if you see or smell smoke break through the chain and go out the door.
You only go through that door if the fire alarm is already sounding.
What yellow plastic chains?
Run for your life!!
Calmly and quickly leave the library through the main entrance. If the main entrance is blocked or in any way difficult to reach exit from the nearest emergency exit. Walk, do not run.
Try to find the fire and put it out.
Try to find the fire and tell a librarian when you found it.
Wait for a librarian to tell you that you really have to leave.
Run outside as fast as you can!
Duck under a table, desk or a staircase. Stay away from windows. Listen for instructions from the staff when it is over.
Stand up an look around. Look for people who need help then rescue them.
Run to a doorway and stand in it.
Call your best friend on your cell phone and say "Hey dude! We're having an earthquake in San Francisco! This is so awesome!"
It will enable my spiritual growth by allowing me to experience loss.
Thieves are afraid of entering libraries. Librarians scare them.
If I take it to the restroom with me it might fall into the toilet.
It is never OK to leave your laptop computer unattended.