MESA, Ariz. -- They say friendship knows no bounds and that's definitely true for one girl who is battling cancer.
Zaelynn formed a friendship with a AMR EMT Beth Yancey after they met at Cardon Children's Hospital at Banner Desert Medical Center in February, and since then, the two have been inseparable.
VIDEO: FOX 10's Danielle Miller reports.
5-yr-old Zaelynn has learned the ins & outs of the ambulance thanks to her BFF AMR EMT Beth. This makes time at the hospital more enjoyable while she gets her chemo treatments. Beth stops by when she’s in the area. More about their special bond at 5 on #Fox10phoenix ❤️🚑❤️ pic.twitter.com/CtNkcBfGuI— Danielle Miller FOX10 (@Fox10Danielle) September 17, 2018
5-yr-old Zaelynn & AMR EMT Beth have become best friends! Zaelynn was at the hospital getting chemo for her leukemia when she saw Beth in her ambulance. She went down, met her & learned about the ambulance. The two have been inseparable ever since. More at 5 on #Fox10phoenix pic.twitter.com/diNESHnbie— Danielle Miller FOX10 (@Fox10Danielle) September 17, 2018
Zaelynn, 5, and EMT Beth Yancey met at Cardon Children’s Hospital and became #BFFs. Zaelynn walked outside the hospital with her mom and was curious to see the inside of an ambulance...lucky for her, Beth was there to show her all the bells and whistles. #Leukemia #FOX10Phoenix pic.twitter.com/Rtzt8yv9Oj— EduardoSantiagoFOX10 (@esantiagoFOX10) September 18, 2018