Community Rallies Behind Tulsa Firefighter Battling Cancer

An Owasso church held a night of prayer for a Tulsa firefighter who is battling cancer. Harrison Moseby will have part of his arm amputated Thursday morning, in an attempt to stop bleeding that's hindering his cancer treatments.

Wednesday, May 24th 2023, 10:37 pm



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An Owasso church held a night of prayer for a Tulsa firefighter who is battling cancer.

Harrison Moseby is having surgery Thursday morning to stop bleeding, so he can continue cancer treatment.

Harrison protects his community as a firefighter and the community came together to return the favor.

More than 400 friends, family, and loved ones joined together at First Baptist Owasso to show love, give prayers, and support to Harrison.

The church said Harrison is scheduled for a 12-hour surgery on May 25.

Surgeons will amputate part of Harrison's arm in an attempt to stop bleeding, which is hindering his cancer treatments.

The church said donations are being collected to help offset finances the family is experiencing.

"The response has been overwhelming. There are just so many people who love Harrison and Mallory and I really think to a large degree, his story, because of who he is and his story. Because what he does has really captured the hearts and imaginations of people and we're just asking God to do a miracle," said Chad Balthrop with First Baptist Owasso.

Because Harrison needs the rare O-Negative blood type, Oklahoma Blood institute will be at First Baptist Owasso to accept blood donations from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday, May 28.

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