Last Wednesday, 4-year-old Calise Manning saved her mother’s life.
Calise was at home in Kalamazoo, Mich., with her 9-months pregnant mother, Centerria, when Centerria, who is epileptic, went into a seizure.
Calise knew exactly what to do: She called 911.
"She’s shaking and she’s having a baby," Calise told a 911 dispatcher in audio obtained by WWMT. “My mom is really pregnant and she’s having a boy and she really needs help.”
Shortly before the ambulance arrived, Centerria woke up to find her daughter at her side.
"She was standing over me," she recalled. “She was like ‘OK Mommy, the ambulance is going to be here in a minute.’”
Borgess Medical Center where Calise’s baby brother, TJ, was born on Friday morning. Centerria was rushed to
"She doesn’t want anyone to hold him but her," Centerria told ABC News. “[She said] ‘I’m the best big sister in the world.’ She’s loving it.”
Both mother and baby are doing well, and should be released from the hospital soon.
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