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Touching Video: 'A Flash Mob For Amy!'

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KHQ.com - Flash mob videos are all the rage on the internet these days, but you have probably never seen a flash mob quite this touching.  Amy was first diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2012 and after treatment and surgery she appeared to be in the clear, but last October Amy received devastating news that the cancer was back.  Her diagnosis this time around was that the disease would be terminal.  Amy's family put together an amazing flash mob tribute in honor of Amy, with the help of over 50 people from five different states.  The participants wanted to show their support and love for Amy who is an inspiration to so many. 

From the video post:

"Amy has been an indelible force in the lives of so many people; as we all bare witness to her pain, I wanted to find a way to remind her how surrounded she is by support. On Saturday May 10, 2014, one day before Amy's 56th birthday, 50 of her closest friends and family gathered from five states to surprise her."


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