Published Friday, 10 August 2012
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Kayleigh Dunne called the emergency services after her mum lapsed into a diabetic coma.
She was at home with her mother and baby brother when it happened.
"I was sitting watching TV and I heard my brother screaming and crying and then mammy was just lying there and I was talking to here but she wouldn't answer," Kayleigh said.
"Then I phoned 999."
Asked how she knew to ring the emergency number, the youngster replied: "My mammy told me when I was five or six."
Kayleigh waited for 15 minutes for help to arrive.
Throughout she looked after her little brother and stayed on the phone, taking instruction to make sure her mum would be okay.
"I couldn't be more proud of her," said her mum, Jacinta Dunne.
"She did fantastic to remember all that she kept so cool and calm where the rest of us maybe would have panicked when they came across something like that.
"She did brilliant, I do think she saved my life."
It was bravery which both the police and ambulance service have recognised with special awards for Kayleigh.
And there's now a happy family picture, all thanks to Kayleigh and her bravery.