OMAHA, Neb. (STORYFUL) - A woman whose daughter was killed after an accident involving a drunk driver was given a precious gift by her daughter's best friend, two years after the deadly crash.
Ciera Boatwright shared a video of her friend's mom, Carlotta Vaughan, opening up the present and bursting into tears.
Boatwright gave her a special teddy bear containing a voice recording of her daughter singing. In the video, Vaughan covers her face as she is overcome with emotion the moment she presses the bear's finger and hears her daughter's voice.
The video went viral on Twitter after Boatwright shared it with the caption," So my bestfriend passed away tragically almost two years ago so I got her mom a teddy bear that has a recording of her singing." (Mobile users, click here to watch the video on Twitter.)
so my bestfriend passed away tragically almost two years ago so I got her mom a teddy bear that has a recording of her singing 💛😪😭 pic.twitter.com/sk0SF8Nqql— c (@lilcece2x) March 5, 2018
Because Boatwright had gotten many requests from other Twitter users about the original video, she posted the actual video of her best friend singing on Twitter as well (mobile users, click here to watch):
a lot of y’all were asking for the full video of her singing so here it is! pic.twitter.com/WSLnslU5Uu— c (@lilcece2x) March 6, 2018