Five-year-old becomes face of campaign after saving mother’s life

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Five-year-old becomes face of campaign after saving mother’s life

A five-year-old has become the face of a new campaign teaching children how to dial 999 after saving her mother’s life. 

The youngster called emergency services after her mother had an epileptic about three years ago. 

Today she is the face of an initiative backed by the Red Cross and Mumsnet, which found a third of people surveyed haven’t taught their child how to call 999. 

Nils Leonard, chairman of Grey London, explains more. 

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