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Firefighters surprise Dee Elementary with winter coats

By Mike Anderson | Posted - Dec. 16, 2014 at 8:12 p.m.


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OGDEN — Without a coat, it's near impossible to go outside in the winter chill, especially for kids. Firefighters made children at Dee Elementary School a little warmer this year by giving them a special gift — a jacket.

Some of the children haven't even been able to participate in recess because they lack winter coats. However, because of Operation Warm, a national charity, these second and third graders will be a little warmer this year.

Watch the video above to see these schoolchildren's reaction to their special Christmas gifts.

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