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Eight Year Old Plymouth Hero
An eight year boy from Plymouth has been described as a 'hero' after going to his mum's rescue when she collapsed at home after suffering an epileptic attack.
Nathan Morris made his mum Laura safe before calmly dialling 999, answering questions on her medical history and the directing ambulance crews to their house.
The brain condition affects one in every 131 people and causes seizures and convulsions.
These can last for 30 seconds or five minutes.
Heart has been given permission by the South Western Ambulance Trust and Laura to play the call - we have deleted some personal information.
Paramedic Belinda McMenamie, of South Western Ambulance Service NHS Trust said: "Nathan was brilliant, calm precise, organised, level headed and able to answer all our questions.
"I see a lot of adults who don't react that way in an emergency - Nathan was impressive."
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