11 month old calls for help on mobile
- 17th September 2008
- Crazy but True Stories
Mobile phones have become an integral part of everyday life. It proved to be a lifesaver for 20 year old Elizabeth Boyle.
When Grandmother Linda Wright rang her daughter the last voice she expected to hear on the end of the phone line was her 11month old granddaughter Amelia saying "Mama".
Mrs Wright immediately realised there was a problem, as her daughter has a history of passing out, and phoned the paramedics.
They arrived to find Miss Boyle awake though confused, she was then told of the role her daughter had played.
Commenting on this, Joy Hale of the East of England Ambulance Service, says: "We often hear of children who help their parents but this is one of the youngest we've been told about.
"The grandmother also did brilliantly in alerting the emergency services. Thankfully, the mother did not need hospital treatment."
We often hear of children who help their parents but this is one of the youngest we've been told about.
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