The homeless opera singer whose voice mesmerized the nation through a video reunited with the Los Angeles police officer who made it possible.
The LAPD released a shot of Emily Zamourka meeting Officer Frazier on Wednesday night with a hug.
"Your voice keeps captivating our city, and when the offerings for help flow in, we asked:" Emily, what can we do for you? "Her answer:" I want Officer Frazier for the reception "Thank you," said Post on the police's Twitter main account. "Her request was fulfilled tonight."
In a tweet LAPD announced on September 26 A video featuring Zamourka singing on a metro station at Wilshire / Normandy Purple Line underground station in Koreatown.
] "Four million people call LA at home. 4 million stories. 4 million votes … sometimes you just have to stop and listen to someone to hear something beautiful, "the post said.
Zamourka said she initially opposed the officer's request to film her however, too.
As of Thursday, footage was viewed 1 million times, and two GoFundMe accounts for Zamourka raised more than $ 94,000, with a record label boss telling Good Morning America he had contacted them
Days after she received national attention, Zamourka told KTLA her story, saying she had come to the US at 24, taught music and played on the streets of LA However, three years later, her violin, which she described as her income and "everything," was stolen, so she began to sing for money at the subway station.
"Do you know why I do it on the subway? Because it sounds so great t, "said Zamourka.
The 52-year-old is originally from Russia and had years of health and financial problems, according to the Los Angeles Times.
"If it is God's will for my life change, then I will praise Him and be so grateful," Zamourka told KTLA.