Pumpkin patch helps benefit Dearborn firefighters' charity

- They save lives for a living, and when the Dearborn firefighters aren't on the job they spend countless hours being heroes for children and families in need. More than 45 years ago, they founded the Dearborn Firefighters Burn Drive to help children who have suffered the ravages of burn injuries.

The firefighters have a pumpkin patch at the fire station on Outer Drive north of Michigan Avenue to help raise funds for their charity. All pumpkins are $5, and you can also get free hot dogs, donuts and beverages.

The patch is open from noon to 5 p.m. this weekend on Oct. 25-26.

VIDEO: Dearborn firefighter Steve Worden and his son join us on The Nine to talk more about their charity and the pumpkin patch. 

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