6-Year-Old Girl Can't Help But Smile As Firefighters Accompany Her To Her Last Cancer Treatment

Smiles all around.

On her last day of chemotherapy, 6-year-old Finley Brown was all smiles, sitting front seat in a fire truck with the firefighters she's inspired. 

Last June, Finley was diagnosed with kidney cancer, according to Today, and later that summer, she met a group of firefighters at a festival.

"She wasn't shy at all. She introduced both her little brother and babysitter to us and had no problems asking questions," firefighter Lucas Lambert told the publication. "And then she went on to tell us her story and started showing off her scars and telling us what she had been through in the past month or so."

In October, the Moraga-Orinda Fire District (MOFD) Professional Firefighters Association hosted a fundraiser, selling raffle tickets to raise $1,500 to send the Brown family to Disneyland once chemotherapy was over, according to MOFD's Facebook page.

Then, in December of 2015, Finley made her way to her final chemotherapy treatment next to the firefighters who supported her along the way. 

In a video Finley's mother uploaded to Facebook — with the caption "LAST CHEMO BABY!!" — Finley sits next to the firefighters in their truck, giving a thumbs up as they make their way to the children's hospital. 

The excitement is contagious. 


For someone on their way to the hospital, an otherwise dismal activity, Lambert said Finley's smile was the biggest he's ever seen, according to Today.

"She reminds us what is really important and that is helping people," he told ABC News.

The Facebook video has sparked plenty of praise and positivity for both Finley and the firefighters. 

"Totally teared up! Sending positive thoughts and prayers your way! Way to go Finley," one commenter wrote. 

"This made me cry instantly!! You all are so amazing," another added.

Our thoughts exactly. 

(H/T: The Huffington Post)


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