FDNY EMT sings national anthem at NFL game

The 4th annual First Responders Night included 150 responders holding the American flag while EMT Sarah McShane sang

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By EMS1 Staff

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — An FDNY EMT kicked off Thursday’s NFL game by performing the national anthem.

As part of the NFL’s Salute to Service month, 150 first responders held the American flag before the game between the New York Jets and Buffalo Bills. A moment of silence was held in the wake of Tuesday’s Manhattan attack that left eight people dead.

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