News 9 | Oklahoma City, OK | Jamie Oberg
OKLAHOMA CITY -For the first time, an Oklahoma college cheerleader meets the parents of the young woman who saved her life. She was on her death bed until one life changing moment.
Now, two Oklahoma families share an unbreakable bond.
Anna Eaton Smith Thomas, a University of Central Oklahoma student, was just 26. Her mother says her daughter loved her husband, her family, God and had a real passion for writing. Thomas died unexpectedly on January 12, 2011 from a brain aneurysm.
A teenage girl from Claremore was dying too, waiting for liver donor.
On Friday, both families shared about loss, life and their new connection.
"I was an emotional wreck. They walked in and from that moment. I felt peace," 19-year-old Northeastern Oklahoma A & M student, Breanna Fly said.
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