Firefighters at the fire station in Odense, Denmark, recently sent out a Christmas greeting a bit out of the ordinary.
Firefighter Marco Furstenberg at Beredskab Fyn says to TV2 that it was his idea.
At home he has about 350 meters of Christmas lights around his house, Clark Griswold style.
- I love Christmas lights. The other four firemen helped me to turn on the lights while I filmed, he says to TV 2.
The music is from an advent comedy series called "The Julekalender" which is originally a Danish series from 1991. A Norwegian version was also made and first aired on TV in 1994.
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