A simple piece of jewelry became a heartwarming symbol of solidarity between two young girls after a week of horrific sniper attacks against cops in Dallas.
10-year-old Caroline Smith was grieving her slain father Sgt. Michael Smith at a public memorial for all the murdered officers when she saw a 2-year-old girl in the crowd. The toddler was there for the same reason.
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2-year-old Lyncoln Zamarripa's father Patrick Zamarripa had also been killed in the Dallas attacks. After Caroline spotted Lyncoln, she knew she had to do something special for her.
She gave her a special bracelet she made herself--right on the spot.
The sweet moment was captured on camera by Monica Vasquez, who was a friend of Zamarripa and the whole family. And she instantly knew how impactful it would be.
"It was just sweet to see this little girl, who will be growing up without her dad, being so unselfish and thinking of Lyncoln at that time,'' Vasquez said. "Just seeing Lyncoln put her hand out, even not really knowing what it meant, was such a touching moment."
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Our thoughts and prayers are with Sgt. Michael Smith's family and Patrick Zamarripa's family during this tough time, and with everyone else who has been affected by violence.
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