By: Caitlin O & # 39; Kane | CBS News
8. February 2019
A 6-year-old Texas girl with an incurable cancer said she had dreamed of becoming a police officer, so the Freeport Police Department decided to turn her into an honorary officer for the day – and the police officer broke down to commit her.
Abigal Arias has a phase-four Wilms & # 39; tumor wrapped around her aorta. She was forgiven for five months, but then the cancer spread to her lungs. Abigail's doctors do not know of any treatment or chemotherapy that is capable of curing her, CBS affiliate KHOU TV reports.
"It just ruined us," said his father, Rueben Arias. Abigail's mother, Eileen, said the family's "biggest fight says no to fear".
"We are strong in our faith," said his father. "We believe in God. Doctors can say what they say medically, but we know that God is the one who has his fate in his hands."
Abigail thought of a good way to fight what she calls "the evil" in her body that makes her sick. She wanted to fight them by becoming a police officer.
The 6-year-old first met police officer Ray Garivey in December and told him about the dream of becoming a policeman. "I said," We must make it happen, "Garivey said.
The department called on Abigail to be sworn in as a governor on Thursday under a condition: Garivey made Abigail make a pledge in his oath." I promise now and always continue to fight the evil guys until all my cancer is gone, "she said.
At all, he could not hold back the tears while swearing in the terminally ill girl. He was overcome by emotions when Abigail received her badge, which she wore on her little police uniform.
Abigail was supposed to sit in a police car and eat an officer's treat ̵
After his day as an officer, Abigail swore she would keep her promise of Garivey." I will help the evil boys away, "she said." I want to help this cancer go away in five seconds. "