A Wisconsin girl is being recognized for her heroic actions after her quick thinking helped to save her grandmother’s life. Donna Bryan was driving with her seven-year-old granddaughter, Kenzie Smith, when she started feeling short of breath. She pulled over and passed out.
Right away, the second-grader knew what to do. She called 911 and told the dispatcher that her grandma couldn’t breathe and stayed on the phone until emergency responders arrived to help Bryan. Grandma is going to be just fine and Kenzie was just celebrated for her bravery at school, where the fire department came to commend her life-saving 911 call and to teach life-saving techniques.
“She remained very calm for a little kid that's way over-anxious about everything,” her grandma explains, “this was definitely a very strong moment for her."
Source: Inside Edition