4-Year-Old Saves Pregnant Mother's Life with a 911 Call

4-year-old Calise Manning is a little hero after using what she was taught to save her mother’s life.

Calise's very pregnant mother, Centerria Manning, taughter her to call 911 if anything happened to her because Centerria is epileptic.

CNN says Centerria had a seizure and fell to the floor. Calise was not only paying close attention, but she sprung into action, not missing a beat.

In a 911 call obtained by CNN, Calise said, “My mom is really pregnant and she’s having a boy and she really needs help.” The 4-year-old also went on to give all of their information, including her mom’s age and address.

In the call that runs more than seven minutes long CNN said Calise is heard responding to the 911 call taker who asks her how old she is. Calise said she was “four” and added, “Yes, and I’m almost getting bigger.”

Not only was Centerria’s life saved, but she also gave birth to a healthy baby boy.

“The dispatcher who handled the call told the station that she’s recommending Calise get an award for being calm in a scary situation,” CNN said.

As for Centerria’s fiancé, he wasn’t home at the time of the incident. Mom and baby are healthy.

Kimberly Foster is the founder and editor of For Harriet. Email or


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