A GIRL of six saved her mum when she had an epileptic seizure at home.
Kelsie Cassidy saw Karen, 39, on the floor and tried to call dad Tim who had left for work.
Kelsie Cassidy, who is only six, saved her mum by calling an ambulance after she suffered an epileptic seizure[/caption]
Karen said there is ‘no question’ that Kelsie saved her life[/caption]
When he did not reply she rang other relatives and got through to uncle Mark.
He contacted Tim at the warehouse where they both work.
Karen, who is now at home and recovering well, was taken to hospital where she spent four hours being assessed by doctors.
They have now referred her back to the epilepsy team.
The 39-year-old, who also has three other daughters, said: “I’m totally overwhelmed with the way Kelsie managed the situation.
“There’s no question she saved my life and I couldn’t be more proud of her.
Kelsie tried to call her dad Tim who had left for work by the time Karen became unwell[/caption]
Kelsie said ‘I felt happy because I was keeping mummy safe until daddy came’[/caption]
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“She’s my hero.”
Kelsie said: “I felt happy because I was keeping mummy safe until daddy came.”
Team leader Tim, of Blackburn, added: “When I got home Kelsie was stroking Karen’s hand saying, ‘You’ll be OK.’ We couldn’t be prouder.”
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