Video: Fire dept. helps Airman surprise his family on Thanksgiving
U.S. Navy Airman Isaiah Johnson dressed up as a firefighter and responded to a “fire alarm” at his parent’s house after getting leave to see them for the holiday
By FireRescue1 Staff
CLAYTON COUNTY, Ga. — A U.S. Navy Airman surprised his family on Thanksgiving with the help of a fire department.
WSBTV reported that Airman Isaiah Johnson, who was granted leave to come home for the holiday, was dressed up as a firefighter by the Clayton County Fire Department, which had him respond to a “fire alarm” at his parents’ house.
Johnson took off his mask after giving the “all clear,” and surprised his mother, as well as the rest of the family.
Watch the full video below.
???Ring the Alarm! ???. We got to help Airman Isaiah Johnson surprise his parents. He was able to get leave from the U.S. Navy to come see his parents. We dressed him up like a firefighter and went to investigate a “fire alarm” at his parents house. Watch the video to see her reaction! Did we mention that Airman Johnson is also a Jonesboro HS grad? We love our community! #ThankYouForYourService #ThankfulForOurFreedomPosted by Clayton County Fire & Emergency Services on Thursday, November 22, 2018