MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A group of people who know the dangers of fire are helping spread cheer this holiday season.

With their sirens blazing, this special group of firefighters responded to a different type of call for help at Hennepin County Medical Center. The group “Firefighters for Healing” supports patients and their caregivers at the hospital’s burn center.

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The unit helps people who’ve suffered burns or lost personal items in fires get back on their feet. On Tuesday, they delivered gifts and unveiled a special family room.

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“There’s no words to describe that. It completes the circle in happiness for me and our team,” Jake LaFerriere with Firefighters for Healing said. “It’s a beautiful thing to put a smile on a little one’s face like that.”

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More toys and personal items will be delivered to some of the burn center’s outpatient kids as well. The firefighters are also launching a burn camp this summer in Cross Lake.