SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — The Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office is asking the community to help one of their own, as an emergency services family fought to keep their five-year-old daughter alive, as she was battling a severe case of RSV and bacterial meningitis.

There is a GoFundMe page available for Emily and her family, you can click here to donate.

According to the GoFundMe, Emily lost her battle on November 24. She died due to bacterial meningitis.

“On behalf of Alexis and Jesse, we thank you for your continued generosity and kindness as we all help them in the absolute heartbreak of Emily’s passing,” said Anthony Giachetti, the creator of the GoFundMe page.

On Thursday, November 24, The Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office took to Facebook to share that two Onondaga County American Medical Response (AMR) Syracuse staff members, Jesse and Alexis were out of work to take care of their daughter who was in the NICU at Upstate Hospital.

According to Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office, Jesse and Alexis have dedicated nearly a decade to providing emergency medical services to the Onondaga County community and now look to the community for support and prayers.

For Emily’s obituary and services, you can find out here.

Instead of flowers, the family is accepting donations that will be made to Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital.