-- A 6-year-old girl got a major sendoff for her last chemotherapy session with a little help from her local fire department.
The Moraga Orinda Fire District gave a special ride to Finley Brown and her family as the girl went to the hospital for her last scheduled chemotherapy treatment.
Lucas Lambert, a Moraga firefighter, said the department wanted to help after meeting Finley at a local festival.
"Finley...approached us with a lot of confidence and had no problem showing us her scars and explaining to us why she had no hair at the time," Lambert told ABC News.
Last year doctors found a tumor in Finley's kidney, leading to emergency surgery, according to her father.
“It’s like jumping off a cliff and you have no idea what’s below you," Aaron Brown told ABC News affiliate KGO-TV.
Yesterday, Finley arrived at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland, waving to fans who held up signs in support.
"It made me feel really good, the people in the department really came forward and stepped up," Lambert said.
Lambert said despite everything Finley has been through, she's always remained positive.
"She hasn't had any negativity despite everything that she’s going through," Lambert told ABC News.
The Browns could not be reached by ABC News for further comment.