I copied these fire alarm regulations which were on the back of the bedroom door in a hotel where we stayed in Prague .
Very quaint English - but impossible to follow if there did happen to be a fire.
Why can’t important messages be translated into English by someone who has a good knowledge of the language – and not, as in this case, straight from the Czech
FIRE ALARM REGULATIONS.
Carry out the people from life threatening rooms. Carry out research of the place where the fire begins. If it is possible, make a first intervention by fire extinguisher or from water from fire hydrant.
DO NOT TAKE A RISK.
If you do not have way which enables you living the object, close the doors and windows put a wet tissue into the holes around the door and wait for the fire brigade.
By flourishing in the window or by any other way to try to draw attention to yourself.
Giving your personal help to a fire brigade all the information about the fire, place object etc.