Transcript for Exhausted firefighters sing ‘Take Me Out to the Fire Line’ after 14-hour shift
Finally tonight here, we cannot forget the firefighters. Tonight, aware of dangerous conditions again coming this weekend, we take note of a moment, proof they are resilient and strong and won't give up. Our persons of the week. Across the west, firefighters on the front lines for weeks now. In Oregon, at the lionshead fire, more than 1,000 fighting the flames. The grizzly firefighters from the dalles, Oregon, among them. This week, after another 14-hour shift, somehow they found the spirit, the energy, to sing. Ready, go. Take me out to the fire take me out to the line bring me some Sawyers and hazelhoes I don't care if I ever get home Reporter: There are 20 of them on the front lines together now for nearly 60 days. First in California and now in Oregon. The head of the crew. They said, boss, we want you to hear something. I was like, this is too good. I pulled out my fun and said, all right, one more time boys. The crew saying his team is exhausted but excellent. Root root root for the red crew ments you know we want the most days for it's 1, 2, 3 tool types out at the old fire line A nation shows its gratitude, too. We salute every firefighter and their families. I'm David Muir. Hope you to see you back here Monday.
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