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A video of a Samoan fire crew singing after a long day fighting a blaze in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest last month is giving the internet something to smile about.
According to a Facebook post by the U.S. Forest Service, Samoa Crew 61, known as "the singing crew," was working on the Helena/Fork and Buck fires in Northern California.
The moving video was shot by a bystander on Sept. 27, days before the devastating fires that roared through Wine Country, and posted to YouTube on Oct. 13.
See it here: