Firefighters in the News – Dec 18, 2017

atlantic county children receive more than a coat

Pleasantville firefighters hand out winter coats to a group of South Main Street students

“You get a knot in your throat,” Brown said. “It’s one of the best feelings that you get, especially when they hug you afterwards, and then a few days later, you see them walk past the firehouse, they run up to you, say thank you, they give you a hug.”

Watch Story – Story credit Press of Atlantic City

omaha firefighters keep kids toasty for the fourth year

Omaha Firefighters give coats to 100 kids, continue Operation Warm for the fourth year in a row.

“They’re so happy to get something new, they’re so happy to receive it from a firefighter,” union member Trevor Towey said.

Read More – Story credit KETV 7 ABC

houston firefighters deliver warmth, over 600 coats for kids

Houston firefighters help over 600 kids pick out new Operation Warm coats

 

Firefighters handed out 625 coats to students at a local elementary school on Wednesday to make sure they’re warm this holiday season.

“I like it,” student Eliza Cabrera said. “Because purple is my favorite color.”

Watch Story – Story credit Click 2 Houston

asheville firefighters to visit two schools and provide coats for the holidays

Asheville Firefighters give coats to kids at two elementary schools in North Carolina

Asheville firefighters said they will be giving coats to children at two schools on Monday as part of their fourth year partnering with Operation Warm.

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