(WALA-TV) If you're driving down I-65 in Mobile, you may see new billboards telling you to "Run, Hide or Fight."
The Alabama Department of Homeland Security paid for the billboards to alert the public to a video detailing how to respond to an active shooter situation in a public setting or the work place.
"It's not just schools. It's work places, it's government buildings, and it's becoming a too well-known story," said ADHS Spokesperson Leah Garner.
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Garner said officials began working on the video in October 2012, but after the Sandy Hook shooting in Newtown, Connecticut Governor Robert Bentley asked for an early release.