'GMA' 5-Alarm Firefighters Challenge: Tacoma vs. Las Vegas in Semi-Finals

Fire departments from around the country are vying for the chance to compete for a $10,000 prize.
1:43 | 07/10/14

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bad pun but things are heating up in "Gma's" 5-alarm firefighter change. Next week's winner will take home 10 grand courtesy of Disney's "Planes: Fire fire & rescue." Our first finalist you voted on two incredible lip-sync videos one from Ohio, one from Texas and the team that is coming to New York to compete is -- George, good job on the drums. That's the team from McAllen, Texas, congratulations to them. We still, however, have two more finalists to pick. Today the competitors are Tacoma, Washington and las Vegas, Nevada. Nevada going head to head. Check them out. ? ? you could be my -- Our third semifinalist las Vegas fire and rescue in Nevada is hoping you'll gamble on them. We love what we do and we want to spread our love and skills across the nation. ? If the sky is falling down I know we'll be safe and sound ? Reporter: Our fourth semifinalist the Tacoma fire department in Washington. All: Good morning, America. Reporter: -- Knows how to lift us up. ? I could lift you up. I could show you what you want to see and take you where you want to be ? Our firefighters work hard to protect our community. ? ? safe and sound ? The perfect song by capital city. Choose which of these you want to see compete on our show. Two more videos coming up. The leftover star Justin

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