Penn. boy saves mother's life
A five-year old Pennsylvania boy is being honored for making the right call.
He was home with his mother last month when she had a seizure.
Instead of panicking, the little boy remembered what he had been taught to do.
It's not clear when 5-year old Tyler Swass learned how to dial 911, but on Martin Luther King Day, it's a good thing he did. His mother, Amanda, had a seizure.
Tyler couldn't give an exact address, but he did know he lived on Lambert Court. As luck would have it, a volunteer firefighter and family friend heard the call.
It didn't take long for an ambulance to arrive and Tyler's mom to come to.
Tyler's mom is proud of her son and he said he's pretty proud of himself as well for saving his mom's life.
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