Boy saved his mum’s life by ringing 999 when she blacked out — just six weeks after he turned four

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A BOY saved his mum’s life by ringing 999 when she blacked out — just six weeks after he turned four.

Micah Adjarkoh knew her phone’s PIN as she let him play games, and remembered her telling him about 999.

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Micah Adjarkoh knew him mum’s PIN for her phone and remembered how to call 999 after his mum had fallen unconscious[/caption]

In a tape of the call he can be heard giving the operator his address and post code with the help of mother Chancelvie Ngoy, coughing in the background.

As emergency crews rush to the scene he is asked what her name is. He replies: “Mummy.”

Asked later in the 13 minute recording what she is doing. He replies: “Oh, sleeping.”

The call operator asks him to wake her.

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Micah can be heard giving the operator his address and post code with the help of mother Chancelvie Ngoy, coughing in the background[/caption]

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Micah knew his mum’s PIN because she let him play games on her mobile[/caption]

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As emergency crews rushed to the scene in Camberwell, south London Miicah was asked his mother’s name and he replies ‘mummy’[/caption]

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Micah then opened the front door of their flat in Camberwell, South London, so paramedics could enter[/caption]

Micah then opened the front door of their flat in Camberwell, South London, so paramedics could enter.

Receptionist Chancelvie, 24, spent almost a week in hospital after a suspected blood clot.

She told The Sun: “Micah saved my life. He is our hero.

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Micah opened the front door of their flat in Camberwell, South London, so paramedics could enter[/caption]

“I blacked out and was in and out of consciousness.

“I was terrified, but he did everything so well.


“He only started to cry when the paramedics put a mask on me and he wasn’t allowed in the ambulance.”

Chancelvie, who this week sent flowers and chocolates to the “star” call handler, added: “The only problem is that now is if I just say I have a tummy ache, Michah asks, ‘Shall I call the ambulance again, Mummy?’”



 

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