Girl with incurable cancer becomes honorary cop

Girl with incurable cancer becomes honorary cop

Girl with incurable cancer becomes honorary cop

Garivey met Abigail at a "Pancakes with Santa" event, where she told the officer she wanted to become a policewoman when she was older.

Giving her a specially-made uniform to wear, and standing on a stepladder, Abigail was sworn in as an honourary officer, with the entire Freeport police department in attendance.

A 6-year-old girl who is battling cancer was sworn in as an honorary police officer in Freeport, Texas.

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"She took an oath today to continue fighting the 'bad guys" until she is cancer free!

Chief Ray Garivey had learned of Abigail's interest in law enforcement and swore her in as an honorary police officer at Freeport, south of Houston, in the USA state of Texas. "So I want to help the bad guys go away and I want to help this cancer go away in like, 5 seconds".

Freeport Police Chief Ray Garivey Jr. swore the courageous girl in and shared the video on Facebook on Thursday. "Extremely tough, we cried for a few weeks". The final part of her pledge before the attendees was: "I now, and forever, promise to keep fighting the bad guys until all of my cancer is gone". Abigail's mom, Eileen, said the family's "greatest struggle is saying no to fear". During the meeting, the girl expressed her desire to become a police officer when she grows up.

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Chief Ray Garivey had learned of Abigail's interest in law enforcement and swore her in.

Both chemotherapy and radiation treatment failed to have an impact on her nephroblastoma and Abigail's family were forced to put her life "in God's hands".

"They beat up my body. I rung the bell, but now this cancer is coming back", she said. Her father Ruben added, "We're strong in our faith; we believe in God".

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