To a brave girl who was home alone when burglars broke in, the 12-year-old kept her head and her call to 911 helped save the day. ABC's Reena ninan has the story. Pinecrest, 911, what is the address... See More
To a brave girl who was home alone when burglars broke in, the 12-year-old kept her head and her call to 911 helped save the day. ABC's Reena ninan has the story. Pinecrest, 911, what is the address of your emergency? There's someone in my house and I'm home alone. Reporter: Her quick thinking may have saved her life. Strangers appeared at her door. I heard this weird like sound like someone was prying something open. Reporter: She immediately called her mom who at thes her to call 911. What kind of noise did you hear? Glass breaking. Please hurry. Reporter: The intruders making their way to the master bedroom taking almost $1400 worth of jewelry and valuables as a frightened eighth grader hides. I'm in the very back and I'm all alone. Please hurry up. Please. Reporter: Kylie manages to catch a glimpse of the suspects down to detail. They were wearing a suit, and it was blue on the top and black on the bottom and they had a phone. Reporter: The dispatcher on duty talking her through the harrowing experience. As long as I have you on the line, you'll be okay, all right? Okay, just please, hurry up. When I started to hear her fear in her voice that's when I started to tell her, I need you to remain calm, you know, we're almost there. The officers are right around the corner. Reporter: Thanks to her call and torres' expertise police were dispatched immediately arriving in time to capture the suspects on dash cam. For "Good morning America," Reena ninan, ABC news, New York.
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