A young cancer patient in Indiana got a special escort to her second-to-last chemo treatment.
Sammy Barr was diagnosed with eye cancer when she was three-months-old.
The five-year-old got a surprise when she left Hammond for Indianapolis early Monday morning, with a group of police officers as escorts.
Sammy asked to bring some of her officer friends on the 300-miles round trip to her chemotherapy treatment.
But she never imagined it would really happen.
The officers took Sammy to lunch and on a little shopping trip after her appointment.
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Indiana police escort 5-year-old girl to her chemo treatment
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