Isla was also able to tell the dispatcher her home address, and that her dad was working and she had her 3 younger siblings at home.
She stayed on the phone while first responders came to her home.
When first responders and police arrived, Isla was too short to open up the front door for them, so they talked her through getting a chair and standing on it to reach the lock.
Isla was able to help their family dog calm down when everyone entered the home, and she fed her younger siblings their breakfast as paramedics worked on her mom Haley.
Franklin Township Police Department; pictured above 4-year-old Isla smiles
Haley did stay in the hospital for four days, and now she is back at home with her family.
Isla was recognized for her bravery and saving her mom’s life, and people are in awe of her smart thinking and the fact that this little girl knew her address and what to do at such a young age!
“If not for the swift and sure actions of Isla, this could have had a very different outcome.” The Franklin Police Department said about Isla in a statement.
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