KRQE - A Rio Rancho teen is fighting for his life after being diagnosed with brain cancer earlier this year, but he's not fighting alone.
Joseph Trujillo has loved hockey since he was a young boy and Lt. Onken of Rio Rancho Police was his first coach.
Day after day. Practice after practice.
He was out there with a big smile on his face. Pushing around a big paint bucket occasionally," says Onken. Back in March, Joseph got a concussion during a game.
That's when doctors told him something he never thought he'd hear. He looks pretty good with a bald head! Joseph's mother says he has one round of chemo left and that will take place later this month. After that, they will have to wait for a year and a half Rabcho see if the cancer is gone.
The family has created a GoFundMe page to help cover the cost of medical bills. River rafting season off to strong New tee makes background checks for Copyright Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc.
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