Firefighters Compete in ‘GMA’ 5-Alarm Obstacle Course

Contestants tackle challenges including the bucket brigade and rescuing a kitten from a tree.
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Transcript for Firefighters Compete in ‘GMA’ 5-Alarm Obstacle Course
So much to get to but right now start your engines because it's time for our "Gma" 5-alarm firefighter challenge. Viewers weighed in to help select our three final teams. Here they are, team red, representing McAllen, Texas. Tacoma Washington is team green and gulf shores, Alabama, is team gold going for the gold all rocked out yesterday during our danceoff. That was just for fun. Now the teams have their eye on a $10,000 prize that will go to their fire departments back home courtesy of Disney's "Planes: Fire & rescue," that brand-new movie hit theaters Friday but right now things are going to get physical with our 5-alarm on STA Cal course. Our judge this morning, the one and own chief legal correspondent, Dan Abrams who has outfitted -- I'm taking it off. 5-alarm. 5-alarm. This is serious. Things are getting hot. Putting on a whistle. I'm putting on a whistle. Hand ha off. You guys, here's what's happening. Okay, so the guys, keep your gear on. A bucket brigade. You got to find a find a hidden kitten in a make believe forest tree and lift your teammate and carry them to the ladder. The teammate carried must climb the ladder with the kitten and ring the bell. Are you ready? Do you understand? I don't really so have fun. If I see any violations, you got to go back and you got to start again so you got to keep the clothes on, very important throughout -- I'm taking this serious. Keep the clothes on. Thank you, Dan Abrams. This is not a firefighter calendar. This is a firefighter competition. Here we go. Three, two, one, go. Looking good. Looking good. ? Hot stuff ? Oh. Work. Go. How many buckets? Seven. Seven buckets. Seven buckets. Who's looking good, Dan? Hard to know. It's tough to handicap this. Look how competitive this is. These guys are not messing around. Okay. So now -- They got the kitten. Carry their colleague. Uh-oh. Oh, boy. Oh. I believe we have a winner. We have a winner. Yep, yep. Wow. Wow. Yes. We have a winner and we have a clear second place. Do we? Yeah, I think so. Guys, great job to all. Let me break through here. Hello. All right. Are we going to announce a winner, Dan Abrams? Are we announcing the winner now? Announce the winner now, yes or no? All right, everybody, team red, McAllen, Texas, congratulations. Team red, right? Did I get it right? The medals. Dan, do the honors. Let's see, team red. And then -- Texas, you are the winners, $10,000, congratulations. No, no. I'm wrong. Oh, no. Oh -- You won this round. So exciting. They go to the next round. When you rescued that kitty, I felt it so deeply and climbed that tree, it was so beautiful. So you're halfway there. You're halfway there. Where is the other -- Second place. Second place is Tacoma. Tacoma. Yes, yes. As you can see, this is a beautifully choreographed live event. As only "Gma" can do.

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