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HFD Fireman Proposes To His HPD Girlfriend

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Published on Jun 4, 2014

Facts about this video: Both HFD and HPD approved this event. Here in Houston I went through the same process of getting online to print the same form ANY CITIZEN can fill out and send in to the Public Information Office for approval. Its a benefit that any citizen thats in Houston has so its fair to all. Like everything there's a set of rules that have to be followed for approval and I met them. The form is called a "Apparatus Visit" form. As a firefighter when someone request a firetruck visit we call it a PR which stands for Public Relations. Both fire and police do them all the time at schools, businesses, birthday parties, etc. Its the fun part of our job and the kids love it. No one is ever sent a bill by the city for a fire truck visit. When any emergency unit is doing a "PR" / "Apparatus visit" they MUST BE IN-SERVICE AND READY FOR IMMEDIATE RESPONSE. The emergency units picked to be used for these events are the ones assigned to the territory of the address put down on the apparatus form. My fiancé who thought she was out-of-service for traffic control was really in-service the whole time as well. You can even hear the radio dispatch channel going off in the video. All equipment on the ground was brought by me thats been put out-of-service from another department that I work for which the Fire Chief there allowed me to borrow it. I did this so it didn't delay any emergency response if one came through. The cool thing about my proposal was both Station 50 and 5 were excited to used this opportunity to use this house as a training evolution. The Captains were able to teach the rookie fire tactics plus the veterans also keep fresh on their fire ground skills. So for those who say this was a waste of tax payers money and use of equipment I hope you know the truth now and have a better understanding on why this was approved and a benefit to the department! I would like to express our gratitude on all the support and the awesome congratulatory messages that have been sent to us. You all ROCK!!!. My now fiancé and I THANK YOU so much and we love reading them to each other! Proposal Date was on Friday, May 30, 2014 at exactly 3:40PM

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