Everything happened in the English town of Rowley Regis. 3-year-old Thomas Boffey acted like a hero after his mom, 33-year-old Kayleigh Boffey, fell down the stairs.
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A 3-year-old saved his mother, who fell down the stairs
Kayleigh passed out when she hit her head on the stairs, but her little son didn’t panic. Instead, he called the 999 emergency number. Exactly like in the animated series on YouTube “Robocar POLI” about a police car, ambulance and fire engine.
The toddler managed to tell the police that “mommy fell down the stairs and she doesn’t want to wake up“. Then, using a chair, he walked through a special gate for children and began looking for the keys. Not only did he find the right one, he also opened the front door and then led the paramedics and policemen to his mother.
A 33-year-old mother of two was hospitalized with knee, ankle, shoulder and hip injuries, but has already been discharged home.
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“It’s amazing that he knew what to do!”
In an interview with Wales Online, Kayleigh is delighted with what he says is a mini-superhero.
– I passed out and he managed to call for help, it was really amazing. Words cannot describe it. I am extremely proud of him – says the British. – Especially at his age, it is really amazing that he knew what to do, understood everything and was not afraid – he adds.
She emphasizes that she made the case public so that people would know what her son did and how important it is to teach children what to do when something bad suddenly happens. – He climbed onto the windowsill in the living room to reach for the phone and managed to call the operator – says the proud mother.
She mentions that she was recovering and losing consciousness, and that her little son initially tried to push her phone through the children’s gate. In the end, however, he coped by himself. – I think he knew how to open the door by copying my behavior. I always tell him, “this is the key to unlock the door,” smiles Kayleigh.
Until my mother left the hospital, Thomas stayed with his great-grandmother, 72-year-old Rita Waldron. He drove there in a police car, and the policemen let him press buttons and turn on the lights along the way. “Even they said he was a very special little boy,” concludes the 33-year-old.
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(source: Wales Online)