By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

BARRINGTON, Ill. (CBS) — Sixteen-year-old Dylan Provenzano is a survivor. He just finished his fifteenth and final round of chemo.

His family put up a sign in front of their house in Barrington, and now people are driving by and honking their horns, even dropping off notes, cards and flowers.

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The teen fought off bone cancer twice and does not mind celebrating with strangers.

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“Really random people supporting me throughout this, it’s really fun. It’s really cool,” he said.

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On Friday Dylan hit a three-run homer for his time, the Homestead Rancher.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff