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Girl aged five saves diabetic mum with 999 call

21 March 2014 Last updated at 15:13 GMT

A five-year-old from West Bromwich who dialled 999 when her diabetic mum collapsed has been given a bravery award.

Amaya Williams gave her mum Shekera Lodge a sugary drink when she collapsed on 15th February, but called 999 when she did not wake.

Speaking with BBC Radio 5 live's Breakfast, Ms Lodge explained how quick-thinking Amaya saved her life.

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