CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Browns are now leading the AFC North after their win against the Ravens on Sunday. As the team landed back in the city at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, the Hopkins Airport Fire welcomed home the team with water arches to celebrate the No. 1 spot.
We had some fun welcoming the @Browns home tonight! 💦 pic.twitter.com/Tn4zghdyLA— Cleveland Hopkins (@goingplacesCLE) September 30, 2019
David Spano, who is an audio engineer for the Browns, caught the moment from inside the plane when the team landed.
The Cleveland Fire Department welcomed us back to #CLE with water arches for the win in Baltimore. So cool! #GoBrowns #FireDepartment #firefighters pic.twitter.com/LVrAXCOn3A— David Spano (@DaveSpa57) September 29, 2019
The tweet, posted on Sunday night around 7:30 p.m., received 4,000 likes and over 500 retweets.
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