George, now, to a truly remarkable littl girl. A preschooler turning into a real hero. Coming to the rescue when her mom collapsed right in front of her. John muller has the dramatic story. Reporter:... See More
George, now, to a truly remarkable littl girl. A preschooler turning into a real hero. Coming to the rescue when her mom collapsed right in front of her. John muller has the dramatic story. Reporter: Diana jensen knew she would lift heaven and earth to protect her daughter. She didn't know her 4-year-old would be the one saving her. We need you to come to our house. My momm -- Reporter: The frightening ordeal was when jensen collapsed from the couch to the floor. Livia, calm and composed, called 911. The thing I can describe is in the back of my spine. Reporter: Jensen was having a severe seizure. Can you tell me if her stomach is going up and down like she's breathing. Mommy, is your stomach going up and down? Yes. Is that mommy in the background? Reporter: Jensen could only gesture. What's wrong? She said -- she's not answering you? No. But her hand, she's showing me what hurts. Reporter: This is the only time dispatcher jill schmidt has met the person on the other end of the phone. Livia made an impression. To talk to somebody, especially livia, and how well she did, is why I do the job. Reporter: Livia kept her cool for a full ten minutes. Tell mommy that help is on the way, okay? Help is on the way, mommy. You did a very good job. That was abc's john muller reporting. What a remarkable little girl. She knew her home address, too. Not too many 4-year-olds knew that. So calm. So intelligent. She just kept it together the whole time. That was great to see. I did it. That was a sweet thing. That was wonderful. A wonderful moment. Sam, top that. A nice way to start a friday.
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