LITTLETON, Colo. (CBS4) – One young girl’s bucket list included a ride in a firetruck’s ladder bucket.

No longer.

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Six-year-old Olivia of Littleton spent Friday with local firefighting crews as part of a “Make-A-Wish” event. South Metro Fire Rescue and Littleton Fire Rescue hosted Olivia’s family and made her an honorary firefighter for the day.

( credit – South Metro Fire Rescue)

Olivia suffers from mitochondrial neurogastrointestinal encephalomyopathy (MNGIE), among other maladies. She is presently in hospice care.

(credit: South Metro Fire Rescue)

“Princess Olivia, as she is know to the numerous medical staff, volunteers, friends and family,” reads her GoFundMe page, “is a bubbly 6-year-old who knows no pain or suffering. Who in the midst of struggling to eat a normal meal, climb up the slide like a normal kid or go to school everyday still smiles, laughs and teaches us all what its like to live for today because we are not promised tomorrow.”

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And who has always wanted to be a firefighter.

( credit – South Metro Fire Rescue)

Her wish was granted. Olivia’s schedule included a classroom sit-in with new fire recruits, a tour of the training grounds, and a ride in South Metro’s ladder truck. She also put out a live fire with a fire hose.

( credit – South Metro Fire Rescue)

According to the National Organization For Rare Disorders, “fewer than 200 cases (of MNGIE) have been reported in the medical literature” as of 2011.

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To track Olivia’s condition or contribute to her family’s hoped-for out-of-state care, go to her GoFundMe page: