3. ROLL and cover your face with your hands. Keep your legs straight and roll over and over and back and forth to put the fire out. Remember. Stop, Drop and Roll is used when clothing catches fire. A blanket or towel can help you or others smother flames. Using Stop, Drop and Roll under the wrong circumstances could be very dangerous. The 4th Annual “Stop Drop and Roll” took place Saturday May 12th, in Quilchena skatepark in Vancouver B.C Curated by Rose Archie in collaboration with Antisocial Skateboard Shop, The Skate Witches, Skate Like a Girl Seattle and Skatebroads — the contest included skate clinics by Skate like a Girl, The Skate Witches GAME OF SKATE CONTEST! students may have had about appropriate times to stop, drop, and roll. Reinforce that the best way to stay safe is to never have to use stop, drop, and roll. Avoiding any flames that could catch clothes on fire is important. NOTE: Refer to the “Stop, Drop, and Roll” video which includes a .