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Christmas bombing first responders honored at Titans playoff game

The "Nashville Six" police officers that responded to the Christmas Day bombing will plunge the Titans Sword of Honor to mark the countdown to kickoff. (Photo: Tennessee Titans)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- A shout out is given to the first responders of the bombing in downtown Nashville at today's Tennessee Titans playoff game at Nissan Stadium.

The "Nashville Six," Officers Brenna Hosey, Tyler Luellen, Michael Sipos, Amanda Topping, James Wells and Sergeant Timothy Miller, who responded to the scene on Christmas day and evacuated people before the explosion, are honored Sunday at the wildcard game against the Baltimore Ravens as the 12th Titans.

Later, the Trans-Siberian Orchestra presented Officer Hosey with a $100,000 donation to the Nashville Police Support Fund at the game. The Callen family, whom she evacuated before the explosion were also there for the check presentation.

Also, Personnel with the Nashville Fire Department's Urban Search and Rescue team were also honored at the game. Titans players are wearing the 615 Strong stickers on their helmet for a second week, the same the USAR members wear on their helmets.

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