SIOUX CITY, IA — Sioux City's fire department is getting in on a social media trend. Sioux City Fire Rescue crews took part in the ice bucket challenge Friday afternoon. Every 20 minutes a different fire station and its fire fighters dumped ice water on their heads to help fight ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease. Local 7, station 3 challenged the rest of the department in the City of Sioux City to get wet and donate to a great cause. The internet sensation has made waves across the country and so far it has raised more than 53 million dollars for the ALS association.
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