A Wisconsin teen pang from a life-threatening condition got a Christmas warn from her father when she was pulled over by a military officer who presented her with dual tickets, Fox 6 Now reported.
Audra Daniloff, 17, was pulled over on Nov 21 by an officer who told her she had rolled by a stop pointer – though it was all a set-up by Audra’s dad, Marc.
“I got some good news and some bad news for you, okay?” pronounced Saukville Police Chief, Jeffrey Goetz during a stop. “The bad news, initial we am giving we dual tickets. But they are not a form of tickets we think. One is a craft sheet to New York. The other is a unison sheet for your favorite band.”
Last year, Audra was diagnosed with hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis, or HLH — a condition where a defence complement becomes overstimulated, deleterious a patient’s tissues and organs, including a bone marrow, liver and brain.
Audra spent 58 days in Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, where doctors gave her a 20 percent possibility of survival, her father recalled. Since then, she has been in and out of a sanatorium for distillate treatments countless times.
“I totally blindsided her interjection to a smashing assistance of a Saukville Police Department,” Marc told a news station.
Goetz pronounced a attempt meant a lot to a dialect as well.
“I suspicion it was a good idea. [Marc] had given me a small behind story on what his daughter had been through, and suspicion that this unison would make her day if she got to go to New York — and we were happy to be a partial of that,” pronounced Goetz.
Audra was means to transport to New York and accommodate members of a rope Timeflies. She skeleton to attend college subsequent year and hopes to turn a child life specialist.