Transcript for Girls Hide in Closet, Call 911 During Home Invasion
Now, to that startling 911 call. Two sisters hiding during a home invasion, calling for help. Staying on the phone with the emergency dispatcher until police showed up. You have to watch this. Steve osunsami has their dramatic story. Reporter: On the line, calling for help as quietly as she could is 12-year-old brea-asia morrow. It's okay. Take deep breaths. Try to stay quiet. Reporter: Brea-asia and her 11-year-old sister were home tuesday morning when two men broke into their chattanooga home. Men were after the flat-screen tv and other electronics. They're inside. They're inside. Do not hang up this phone. Hurry. Hurry. Reporter:911 operator amanda miller was on the other end of the phone. A guiding voice. Telling them it would be okay. Where are you in the house? Are you in a safe place? Are you in a bedroom? We're in our bedroom. Is there a closet you can go into? Yes. But it's a very small closet. Okay. Please hurry. We were like this. In the closet. And he was right there. What do you hear? I think they're walking around. Do not make a noise until you hearolice say that they are police. Take some deep breaths. Shh. Operator miller kept whispering that the police were coming. They're trying to get in safely so nobody gets hurt. You're doing a great job. You're very brave. Okay? You just stay where you're at. Reporter: And nine minutes later, when police arrested the two men, bre-asia, finally let loose a cry from that closet. Little sis says that her big sis is a hero. She was telling me, I'm glad you're okay. That's good they didn't find us. Reporter: For "good morning america," steve osunsami, abc news, atlanta. Real heroes. Bre-asia, being so calm. And operator miller, on the phone like that. And the way they worked together -- textbook. That's what you hoped would happen. And a good ending.
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