Talk about a intolerable bucket list.
Police in executive Ohio helped perform a teenage leukemia patient’s wish of wanting to use a jolt gun on someone.
On Sunday, Alyssa Elkins (above) crossed off a electrifying bucket list entrance after a bit of training from a Newark Police Dept.
Once she got a hang of it, a 16-year-old zapped Sgt. Doug Bline — among a initial of officers who had volunteered as reverence — while a throng of supporters watched.
Guided by spotters, Bline winced and fell onto a pad — though he pronounced a upsetting conditions was “well value it.” He told AP:
“It is upsetting to contend a least, though if for 5 seconds if it creates somebody’s kind of dream come true, generally in her situation, we consider it was good value it.”
Alyssa had done her bucket list progressing this month, after her leukemia returned and she motionless not to bear serve treatment, that means she’d expected only have a few months to live.
The teen combined a taser entrance to her list half-jokingly after remembering a video of her uncle Josh Barry being strike with a jolt gun during his training to turn a state trooper.
Barry volunteered to get repelled as good on Sunday, giving Alyssa a second possibility to use a taser — that she described as “awesome.”
Alyssa’s remaining wish list isn’t that shocking; a teen wants to revisit New York, Cedar Point, and is formulation a family outing to Disney World in February.
Ch-ch-check out a video (below) to see a distressing — though totally overwhelming — clip.
[Image around KXAN.]