BILLY RAY CYRUS HONORED BY FIREFIGHTERS

The 1st Unit Fire and Safety, Inc. in Toronto, Canada recently honored Billy Ray Cyrus with a special award.

The firefighters wanted to do something special for Cyrus, after seeing the two-hour special episode of "DOC," which featured the story of a firefighter and how he was affected by the events of September 11.

Some of the scenes for the episode were filmed at the 1st Unit Fire and Safety station house, and the firefighters there wanted to thank Billy Ray for his ongoing support of rescue workers everywhere.

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