PHOTO: Orange County Sheriff's Office
ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. (FOX 35 ORLANDO) - A young woman and her five siblings were surprised with a very generous gift from one Florida community.
The Orange County Sheriff's Office posted about the Rodriguez siblings in December. They said that the siblings had lost both of their parents to cancer in recent years. So, the oldest of the siblings, 20-year-old Samantha, became the caretaker of her five siblings.
For Christmas, the Orange County Sheriff's Office decided to surprise the siblings with gifts.
Several community members saw this Christmas surprise video and decided that they wanted to help the Rodriguez siblings out more. With donations from several anonymous donors, the Orange County Sheriff's Office suprised the siblings with a Nissan Versa this month.
Samantha received the surprise before her siblings and told the Sheriff's Office that "you don't know how much this means to us. It's such a big help, really. Doing everything on my own is very hard. I'm so glad to have people like you guys in my life."
Samantha took the vehicle to her younger siblings, who exclaimed "this is ours?" The kids went on to thank the Sheriff's Office, even stating that "we love you guys!"
Watch their surprise in the video below.
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