'GMA' 5-Alarm Firefighter Challenge

Clearcreek and McAllen fire departments face off for a chance to win $10,000 for their units.
1:50 | 07/09/14

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It is time now for "Gma's" five-alarm firefighter challenge. Three teams of firefighters from all across the country will face off live on "Gma" next week in some, shall we say, heated competitions. See what you did there. See. That's what we do. To enter, teams submitted lip-syncing videos to capital city's "Safe and sound." Our first two semifinalists of six, one crew from Texas and the other from Ohio. ? Lift the sky is falling down I know that we'll be safe and sound ? Our first semifinalists, the McAllen fire department from McAllen Texas. We're from McAllen Texas. All: Good morning, America. This 100-year-old department boasts 167 firefighters with some serious dance moves. ? ? could be my luck ? ? even in a hurricane of frowns I know that we'll be safe and sound ? Our second semifinalist, the clearcreek fire district in springborough, Ohio. I could fill your cup. You know my river won't evaporate this world we still appreciate ? They know how to fill our cup with Laffer. Both departments say if they win the $10,000 grand prize, they'll donate the money to charity. Muscular dystrophy association. The line of duty in Texas. ? $10,000 at stake when the three teams go head-to-head courtesy of Disney's "Planes: Fire & rescue." Make sure you vote and capital city will be here Monday singing. You like that song. I do. Yes.

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