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Officers who first responded to Nashville explosion hailed for bravery

Officers who first responded to Nashville explosion hailed for bravery

The president of the Fraternal Order of Police of Nashville hailed the ’true heroism’ officers displayed while responding to the explosion in the city. James Smallwood, president of the FOP said that the six officers displayed courage, after they received a call about shots being fired in the area. ’They charged towards the danger like any other police officer in our nation would,’ he said.

Chris
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Jeff
Jeff 1 months

Hero is meaningless now...doing your job means you're a hero. Police everyday are heroes when the punch in for their shift along with doctors, EMTs, and might as well throw in politicians. Congress are heroes...the DOD are heroes. Single parents are heros. Teachers are heros. Where does the systemic heroism end?

J
J 1 months

The police and politicians do such a wonderful job of patting themselves in their backs.

Custodio
Custodio 1 months

Take a Good look America, these Officers convey what it means to be American. They ran towards the danger instead of running away. I Bow in Awe and Respect to these wonderful “Americans”!

Deborah
Deborah 1 months

Although I am pleased these officers did not show cowardice, they are not heroes. They did what they are paid to do as employees of Nashville. Serve and PROTECT. It's their job.

Randall
Randall 1 months

Heroism should be considered as going above and beyond the call of duty. Anyone signing into these career lines is trained for and expected respond to emergency calls of any calibre elevating them to the status of Emergency First Responder (well respected on its own merits) but a Hero is a successful attempt at risking ones own life to save another. An unsuccessful hero is "an idiot for attempting such a foolish act". Digging around in the debris looking for victims while not knowing if more danger is imminent is actually in their job description. Heroism is Knowing that imminent, life threatening danger exists and successfully saving life at the risk of one's own life.

stevo
stevo 1 months

What about the firefighters who worked tireslessly to put out the fire at the Rochester NY Blue Image ballot printing company on the same day as Nashville? They are heroes too and should be recognized!

Jason
Jason 1 months

We should probably look at their records before claiming that.

IIzard
IIzard 1 months

3 white men are heroes? Oh no! 😂😂😂

Donald
Donald 1 months

It was 🇨🇳 testing DEW

The Civic Nationalist
The Civic Nationalist 1 months

I'm sorry but... they did their job.

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