A young girl got to experience a little magic.
She helped to light up police cars outside a hospital in Florida!
At a Goodnight Lights event at Arnold Palmer Hospital in Orlando, police guided her along a row of patrol cars.
Each lit up as she tapped them with her magic wand.
Watch video here.
The magic moment happened at an event in which Orlando Police link up with the children’s hospital to put “smiles on the faces of kids”.
At Goodnight Lights, officers line up their cars outside the hospital, lighting up the vehicles and waving to the kids inside the building.
In response, the youngsters flash lights from their rooms or turn their lights on and off.
People loved the Goodnight Lights event.
That was a thing of beauty
— Bill J (@Bill1250) November 21, 2018
God bless y’all
— Beth Quarterman (@BethQuarterman7) November 21, 2018
Aww! They do that for the children at Hasbro Children’s hospital in Providence RI. Other people show up to do goodnight lights too. Also one of the nightclubs participates to. Shows the kids everyone is rooting for them
— Melissa Botelho (@MelissaBotelho8) November 21, 2018
Love this tradition and that sweet little girl, my Maddie.
— Michelle Strenth (@michellels) November 21, 2018
This is why the @OrlandoPolice is by far one the best law enforcement agencies around!
— Eric Garneau (@FLDevildog) November 21, 2018
Having spent far too many days in the hospital as a younger person, this is beautiful. What a wonderful thing to do for these kids.
— Kate’s Daughter (@Katesdaughter1) November 20, 2018
God bless the American police🇧🇷🇮🇱🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/j63bT9OsvI
— Alessandro Morais🇧🇷🇮🇱 (@MoraisEng) November 20, 2018
This warms my heart beyond what words could even express.❣
May God bless you, your families, and keep you safe.🌺
— Mary Ellen Tenny (@TennyEllen) November 21, 2018
I love it! I’m Ret. L.E. with twins who were preemies that have been in and out of AP through the years, my babies are now 18 and taking on the world. So Thank You To Both My Blue Family & The Wonderful Staff At Arnold Palmer!! 💙❤️
— Dee (@deecal102163) November 21, 2018
What a nice thing to do for her. She’ll remember that forever.
— Rob Harper (@GrumpyRobby) November 21, 2018
— Alyssa (@AlyssaRunning) November 21, 2018
They even earned a shout out from the Fire Department!
We so love this!!
— OCFire Rescue (@OCFireRescue) November 21, 2018
A version of this article originally appeared on Press Association.