It’s been almost two years since Bella Rodriguez-Torres, a girl whose battle with cancer brought a community together, passed away.
Members of the Miami Police Department geared up early Wednesday for a bike ride down to Key West—all in the name of a 10-year-old girl who died from cancer after years of fighting the disease.
At just 10-years-old, Bella Rodriguez-Torres managed to inspire thousands with her smile and positive attitude despite a tumultuous battle with cancer. Bella passed away in May, but today—on her birthday—her name and spirit lives on in the hearts of many.
A young girl who bravely battled cancer for six years and became an inspiration across South Florida was honored Monday with a street naming in her honor.
A street will be designated Monday to honor the life of a young girl who died of cancer.
Her struggle with cancer inspired people across the world; now the family of Bella Rodriguez-Torres is continuing her legacy by helping other kids with cancer.
Ten members of the Miami Police Department have begun their ride to Key West, more than 160 miles, in honor of a special little girl with a powerful spirit, Bella Rodriguez-Torres.
A young girl whose cancer battle inspired people around the world was laid to rest Friday.
A viewing was held Thursday for Bella Rodriguez-Torres, the 10-year old girl whose amazing outlook through her six year cancer fight inspired others to “Live Like Bella.”
Funeral arrangements have been made for a young South Florida girl who died after a courageous and inspiring six-year battle with cancer.