Airman dresses as firefighter to surprise parents on Thanksgiving

Airman dresses as firefighter to surprise parents on Thanksgiving

Airman Isaiah Johnson, who is a Jonesboro High School graduate, was able to get leave from the U.S. Navy to see his parents for the holiday.

CLAYTON COUNTY, Ga. — Grab the tissues. The Clayton County Fire Department helped a Georgia Airman surprise his family on Thanksgiving.

Airman Isaiah Johnson, who is a Jonesboro High School graduate, was able to get leave from the U.S. Navy to see his parents for the holiday.

Clayton County fire dressed him up as a firefighter and had him respond to a “fire alarm” at his parents’ house.

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After investigating and giving the all clear, Johnson took off his mask and surprised his mom. Her reaction was priceless. Watch it below.

🚨🚨🚨Ring the Alarm! 🚨🚨🚨. We got to help Airman Isaiah Johnson surprise his parents. He was able to get leave from the U.S. Navy to come see his parents. We dressed him up like a firefighter and went to investigate a “fire alarm” at his parents house. Watch the video to see her reaction! Did we mention that Airman Johnson is also a Jonesboro HS grad? We love our community! #ThankYouForYourService #ThankfulForOurFreedom

Posted by Clayton County Fire & Emergency Services on Thursday, November 22, 2018