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Toddler saves mom by calling 911

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    An estimated 240 million calls are made to 911 centers across the country annually. Some of these calls are made by the littlest of heroes - our children.
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In many ways, two-year-old Breanna is a lot like any other toddler. 

But her mom says she did something extraordinary. "I've always called her my little angel from heaven and she definitely is my little angel."

A diabetic, Shelby Doll taught her daughter how to dial 911 in case of an emergency. So when Shelby's blood sugar dropped so low that she passed out, she says her daughter knew just what to do.

Dispatchers spoke with Shelby then sent an ambulance to her home. "She knew this time it was for real and that she needed to get mommy help."

Shelby says she's very lucky her daughter took action. "To know that she did that for mommy, I've been just ecstatically proud of her."

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