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Teen Boy Gets To Live Out Dream Of Being A Firefighter For A Day




MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A 13-year-old got to live out a dream to become a firefighter that thanks to the initiative of Miami’s children.

Sherrod Scott’s sister, 6 years old Chassidy Saunders was killed by a drive-by shooting at birthday party back in January in Liberty City.

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After losing another to Miami Dade fire rescue would put a smile mouth.

“It was a no brainer, bring them here, so that now presently used, which makes him on a regular basis. So there is definitely my pleasure, “said MDFRS Capt. Thomas Bell.” And you know that this is an age when most kids really do not know what you want to do. “

Scott Sherrod in full gear on the ladder ascending and descending. (CBS4)

Said Smith lot of time even though they work hard.

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“Iocularis was not. However, that would be serious, as is the furniture. But otherwise, that felt good,” he said. “The hardest part was walking the stairs. As he turned the matter would need to. But it is.”

Its prowess in war, and he hopes also wishes to remain on the experience of sticks with what Scott is the firefighter when he grows up.

“We want to be sure to go put a stamp on wanting to be a firefighter in Miami-Dade County,” he said.

Scott Sherrod through a fire hose on that day as a firefighter. (CBS4)

Bell, it does not seem to have no anxiety, and it’s said, he is ready for the challenge, Scott: And when he was come, the time.

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“Help, I like to see people that got to put in place where you gotta like, ‘What are you?’ That’d want to be helped, “he said.