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OH / TODDLER SAVES MOM

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Recorded: Wed 29 Feb 2012, 15:51 GMT
Released: Wed 29 Feb 2012, 18:00 GMT

Subject(s):
- health

Location: Toledo, UNITED STATES (USA)

Toledo, UNITED STATES (USA), Wed 29 Feb 2012, 15:51 GMT

ONE MOM FINDS OUT THAT HER TWO YEAR OLD DAUGHTER... REALLY DOES LISTEN.
THE CHILD CALLED 9-1-1 WHEN MOM'S BLOOD SUGAR DROPPED... WHICH HER MOTHER SAYS SAVED HER LIFE.

SHELBY DOLL IS DIABETIC AND SHE SAYS SHE TAUGHT HER DAUGHTER HOW TO DIAL 9-1-1 IN CASE SHE EVER NEEDED HELP.
WELL THAT'S WHAT HAPPENED SUNDAY EVENING WHEN SHELBY'S BLOOD SUGAR DROPPED TO DANGEROUSLY LOW LEVEL.
BRIANNA PICKED UP THE PHONE AND DIALED 9-1-1.
(take gfx/nats of 9-1-1 call)
SOT 911 Dispatcher: "911, state your emergency."
SOT Toddler: (inaudible) "Hello."
SOT Dispatcher: "Okay, there's a cute little girl saying mommy."

DOLL says: "i've always called her my little angel from heaven, and she definitely is my little angel."
DOLL says: "Did mommy fall?" "Mommy fall yeah." "Uh-oh." "Uh-oh, yeah."
DOLL says: "I was impressed that she knew this time it was for real, and that she needed to get Mommy help."
DOLL says: ""I'm always proud of her, but to know that she, you know, did that for Mommy, I've been .. I mean ... it's just ... estatically proud of her."

AFTER THE CALL, POLICE CONTACTED THE HOME AGAIN AND SPOKE WITH SHELBY.
PARAMEDICS CAME TO THE HOUSE AND CHECKED HER OUT.
SHELBY SAYS SHE'S IN GOOD SHAPE NOW... AND ACKNOWLEDGES THINGS COULD HAVE BEEN MUCH WORSE IF HER DAUGHTER HAD NOT TAKEN ACTION.







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