A woman's dying wish was granted when she got to see a Rembrandt exhibit at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.
The 78-year-old suffers from ALS and was brought to the museum on a rolling hospital bed after hours so she could enjoy the Dutch master's artwork.
This was all made possible by a charity called the Ambulance Wish Foundation. The charity was founded in 2007 with the goal of making the dreams of terminally ill patients come to fruition.
Kees Veldboer, the director of the foundation, said the woman "was very happy to be able to enjoy it in peace for the last time."
He also said the artwork helps the patients focus on something other than their pain. Veldboer said,