Norfolk, VA

Four-year-old boy is cancer-free, rings bell on dad's fire truck in Norfolk to celebrate

Stacey Doud

Four-year-old Nolan Turner walked outside of Children's Hospital of The King's Daughters in Norfolk (VA) with a smile on his face Wednesday morning.

Outside of the hospital, his family and friends cheered for him.

After battling lymphoma, a rare form of childhood cancer, since Sept. 2019, “Nolie-Ollie” has completed his treatments and is officially cancer-free.

He rang the bell on his dad’s fire truck.

The sound signaled the end of a difficult battle. The little boy who aspired to become a firefighter one-day beat cancer and there are brighter days ahead.

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