First responders battle it out in national lip sync challenge
Agencies are submitting lip sync videos on Facebook in a nationwide challenge among first responders
By FireRescue1 Staff
EDMOND, Okla. — First responder agencies all over the nation are competing in a lip sync battle on Facebook.
According to KOCO, The Edmond Fire Department’s submission has gone viral, and fire officials said they aren’t sorry for breaking the internet with their dramatic version of Miley Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball," which was viewed more than two million times.
The city of Coleman battled it out with videos from the police department, firefighters and EMS providers.
Allegiance EMS got in on the action with Run-DMC's "It's Tricky."
Allegiance EMS C-Shift: Corpus Christi Division #AllegianceEMS #LipSyncChallenge Disclaimer: We do not own rights to this song. All credit to Run DMC for audio provided.Posted by Sergio Macias on Tuesday, July 3, 2018
A Houston K9 officer got in on the action with a little help from her partner.
#LipSyncBattle continues....this time with one of our own. K9 Quelle let the big dogs out on this one!! The best K9 lip sync yet!!!🐾💙 Good job HOUSTON!! #K9s4COPS #K9s4KIDS #LEOLipSyncBattlePosted by K9s4Cops.org on Friday, June 29, 2018
Has your agency submitted a video worthy of the national lip sync battle? Let us see it in the comments below!