The sole surviving member of the Granite Mountain Hotshots team is speaking out for the first time about the tragic fire that claimed the lives of his friends.
Brendan McDonough will visit "Good Morning America" on Wednesday for an exclusive sit down with ABC's Brian Ross.
McDonough, 21, was acting as a lookout for the firefighting crew on June 30 when 19 of his teammates were killed by the fast-moving blaze.
In the interview, McDonough opens up about what he went through during that difficult time and how he is coping today.
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