3-Year-Old Girl Honored for Saving Pregnant Mother's Life

After her mother collapsed from a seizure, Aryanna Lynch, 3, called family members using a smartphone.

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By Matt Perkins

Police in Wemouth, MA honored a 3-year-old girl Wednesday after she saved her mother's life in February by using a smartphone, MyFoxBoston reported

Aryanna Lynch's mother, Tiffany, who is pregnant, lost consciousness last month after enduring a seizure brought on by dehydration due to a stomach bug. Aryanna then unlocked her mother's phone, called a family member and left a message, according to the report. 

As a result of her efforts, the toddler on Wednesday received the Safety Officer's Award at the Weymouth Police Department, and was granted a full scholarship to preschool, according to the MyFoxBoston.

Amanda Horn March 14, 2014 at 10:12 PM
The Patch is deceptive. It clearly states that the source of this article is the Orland Park Patch. Poor *journalism*.
LuisL March 15, 2014 at 01:29 AM
who wants to read that stuff we want local news.. patch is losing readers daily and won't be around much longer.
petluvr March 15, 2014 at 09:57 AM
Fantastic! Child is being properly trained. Congratulations!
dragonlady March 17, 2014 at 10:50 AM
I am with LuisL let's get back to just local or you are going to lose many followers


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