Classic-car parade surprises girl holding lemonade stand for aunt with cancer

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A 6-year-old girl holding a lemonade stand to raise money for her aunt was surprised with a parade of classic cars coming for support.

Emma Levinson set up her stand as a fundraiser for her aunt Ruth Ann, who has ovarian cancer.

To the girl’s surprise, a parade of over 100 classic cars lead by police pulled up to buy her drinks.

The road backed up with the rainbow vehicles as they waited for their turn to get a drink.

Emma and her group will be at the Beverly Levy Walk on Sept. 22 in New Haven.

Aunt Ruth Ann says early detection is key to survival. Sunday was also the first day of Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month.

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