Cicero Fire Department gets in on the lip-sync video craze

Four members of the Cicero Fire Department busted a move for a lip-syncing video that went viral.

This video just dropped and the world finally gets to see the other talents that the Cicero Fire Department has.

The two-camera shoot, which features four firefighters singing to the Backstreet Boys' hit "Everybody," was dreamed up by Sgt. Steve Schlie. The director shouted "action" this past Saturday.

"Came to me earlier last week when I was watching the different videos on YouTube of all the different law enforcement departments putting together these lip syncing videos, and I said to my chief I said we should put one together. He said do it," Schlie said.

It now has more than 8,000 views and Jon Briggs said this has all been a whirlwind.

"Honestly, we were not prepared, I didn't think we were going to get this big," laughed Briggs.

"I woke up in the morning saw it on Facebook and I was like 'here we go.' Just, I started getting text messages from friends and family, people I haven't heard from in years," said Sgt. Andrew Sager.

Schlie said he can't confirm or deny that there might just be another video in the works.

But the breakout boy band sensation has a message for other central New York first responders.

"Let the community see you have some fun in the towns you live in. It's a good time, you'll have a lot of fun doing it. You'll laugh at each other, you may be able to mess with each other a lot, it's all around a good time," said Briggs.

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