A three-year-old boy has been hailed by police after he called 999 when his mother had an accident at their home.
Taylor Price from Coventry called the emergency services after his mother fell down the stairs and was left unconscious.
When he could not wake 21-year-old Chloe Price, Taylor picked up her mobile phone and calmly dialled for help.
After the call cut out, emergency services traced their address and sent help, and Taylor even found the front door keys to let the paramedics in when they arrived.
Ms Price has since fully recovered.
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