Transcript for 'Home Alone Girl,' 10, Foils Burglary by Three Teens
Now, to the home alone girl. The 10-year-old who foiled a home invasion all by herself. Calling 911 as burglars were breaking into her house in washington state. Abbie boudreau has her dramatic story. I'm 10 years old. I think someone's coming up the driveway. And I'm scared to death. Reporter: Paityn mock was sick and home alone last tuesday, when burglars cut through this window screen and entered her house. Right out that window. Reporter: Terrified, the washington state fifth grader hid inside the pantry and called 911. I'm at my house. My mom's at the grocery store. And someone got into my house. Can you get out of your house safely? I'll try. Reporter: Mock says she could hear the men talking. Okay, now, I know they're planning something. So, I was pretty scared. Reporter: Following the directions of that 911 dispatcher, she decided to make a break for it. Were you scared they were going to hear you? Well, not exactly because i didn't really care at the moment because I was just trying to get out of the house as quick as i could. Reporter: Still on the phone, mock says she hid behind this tree in the front yard and spotted her mother. But her mom didn't see her. Mommy? Mommy? No. Don't go in there. My mom went inside. I was hoping they didn't have guns or anythinghat they could have hurt my mom with. Reporter: They didn't. And police soon arrived, arresting one of the alleged burglars, while two others ran away. Hi. How are you? Good. Reporter: Overnight, "gma" was there, as the 10-year-old, who many here now call the home alone girl, finally met the man on the other end of the phone. An ending, she says, far better than a movie. For "good morning america," abbie boudreau, abc news, camas, washington.
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