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Biker campaign for Kilian (6) suffering from cancer: tens of thousands on the road - police support campaign

2021-07-25T13:08:38.171Z

It was Kilian's heartfelt wish: tens of thousands of motorcyclists followed an appeal to make the six-year-old happy. The boy is seriously ill with cancer.



It was Kilian's heartfelt wish: tens of thousands of motorcyclists followed an appeal to make the six-year-old happy.

The boy is seriously ill with cancer.

Rhauderfehn - "Noise for Kilian" under this motto started the campaign for a six year old boy in East Friesland (Lower Saxony).

And: 20,000 motorcyclists responded to the call.

They made their way to Rhauderfehn (Lower Saxony) to bring joy to Kilian, who is suffering from cancer.

Even the Leer police supported the project.

And so Kilian's dearest wish came true - a motorcycle parade.

Motorcycle fan Kilian (6) is terminally ill with cancer

Kilian is seriously ill with cancer.

In January, doctors diagnosed lymphoma cancer.

Despite therapy and several emergency operations, the devastating news for the boy and his parents followed on July 15.

There is no longer any chance of recovery for little Kilian.

Kilian himself is an enthusiastic motocross pilot on his mini bike.

His last wish: as many motorcyclists as possible should drive past his house and make a noise.

The call for a motorcycle parade for Kilian spread on social media.

The response to "Krach für Kilian" has been enormous.

The bikers met at three meeting points and drove past Kilian's house - for three hours.

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Kilian (6), suffering from cancer, still had a heartfelt wish: tens of thousands of bikers followed calls to make the six-year-old happy.

© Markus Hibbeler / dpa

Thousands of bikers make noise for Kilian, who is suffering from cancer

“We were able to start punctually at 12.30 p.m. and at around 3.30 p.m. the last motorcycle passed Kilian's house!” Wrote the Leer police on Facebook.

“We hope Kilian enjoyed the noise!” The emergency services also thank everyone for their understanding, discipline and support.

Occasionally there were traffic delays and traffic jams.

“He can't get the smile off his face anymore.

In his little world he totally celebrates the action.

It was the greatest for him, ”said Ralf Pietsch, organizer of the campaign and friend of the family, as can be read in a Facebook post.

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Source: merkur

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