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  • 'King of Country' George Strait sends a video to a dying Texas girl, says he's praying for her

    Bella, a terminally ill 10-year-old girl from Midland, received a video message from country music superstar George Strait after a Fort Worth police officer asked the community for help in contacting the artist. The officer, Damon Cole, runs a Facebook page called Heroes and Cops Against Childhood Cancer, and visits terminally ill children while dressed as superheroes. (Video produced by Lena Blietz, lblietz@star-telegram.com)

'King of Country' George Strait sends a video to a dying Texas girl, says he's praying for her

Bella, a terminally ill 10-year-old girl from Midland, received a video message from country music superstar George Strait after a Fort Worth police officer asked the community for help in contacting the artist. The officer, Damon Cole, runs a Facebook page called Heroes and Cops Against Childhood Cancer, and visits terminally ill children while dressed as superheroes. (Video produced by Lena Blietz, lblietz@star-telegram.com)
Video Courtesy of Damon Cole, Fort Worth Police Department