The two departments were hosting blood drives to see who can get the most blood. Whoever gets the most blood wins the competition.
"[The blood drive is] important because it's something people need," Midland Police Chief John Smith told Big 2. "People have accidents and injuries, and they just need blood. It's life-saving thing that we can do to help the community and help other people "
The loser of the competition has to cook the winners dinner. Over the past two years, it's been the firefighters preparing a meal for police. All the blood raised will go to united blood services.