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Fire Engine

Who needs help? Sing along to learn how fire engines help in an emergency.
Need help in an emergency? Here comes a fire engine, and he has to act fast! The crew’s loaded up, the sirens are howling, and the lights are flashing as the fire engine speeds to the rescue. Get out of the way everyone! Fire engine coming through! Where’s the fire? With hoses, ladders, gear, equipment, and a crew of firefighting heroes, fire engines help to battle blazing fires of any size. What else do you think firemen and their fire engines do to help?
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Can you tell me where the fire is? He will put it out. Call me on the radio. He will put it out. Need help in an emergency. He can help you out. Can you tell me where the fire is? He will put it out. (Residential structure fire) He gets the call, (He gets the call,) loads up his crew and sounds his horn. He’s needed now, (He’s needed now,) and this big truck has not a moment to lose. Flashes his lights, (Flashes his lights,) his sirens howl. Get outa his way. He’s gotta move. He’s gotta move. He’s gotta get there now. So, can you tell me where the fire is? He will put it out. Call me on the radio. He will put it out. Need help in an emergency. He can help you out. Can you tell me where the fire is? He will put it out. Now at the fire, (Now at the fire,) unrolls his hose and turns it on. The hydrant pumps. (The hydrant pumps.) Some trucks add foam to make the fire go out. The building is tall. (The building is tall.) The flames stretch high. Get out of their way. The ladder climbs (The ladder climbs) Until it reaches the sky. (Until it reaches, reaches the sky.) To fight a blaze he carries lots of gear so the firefighters can have no fear. He’s well equipped (He’s well equipped) with pikes and poles and axes so sharp he’s not afraid. (He’s not afraid.) This truck is in control. Can you tell me where the fire is? He will put it out. Call me on the radio. He will put it out. Need help in an emergency. He can help you out. Can you tell me where the fire is? He will put it out. Can you tell me where the fire is? He will put it out. Call me on the radio. He will put it out. Need help in an emergency. He can help you out. Can you tell me where the fire is? He will put it out.
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