A Five-year-old who guided paramedics to his unconscious mother will be given a bravery certificate
A five-year-old boy who guided paramedics to his unconscious mother will be given a bravery certificate by the ambulance service.
On Wednesday, Tyler Semple and his sister, Annabella, will be visiting the East of England Ambulance Service’s Emergency Operations Centre at Chelmsford.
They will meet the call handlers and ambulance crew members who helped when their mother collapsed.
Charley-Anne Semple, 27, was at home in Thurrock, with her two children when she lost consciousness on September 21.
Tyler dialled 999 and guided paramedics to his home.
Tyler, who has autism, has been presented with a bravery award by the National Autistic Society charity.
His three-year-old sister, Annabella, who also has autism and was home at the time, was also presented with a bravery award.
Ambulance staff will be presenting them both with bravery certificates when they visit.