A quick-thinking Colorado boy dialed 911 to save his mother, who had gone into diabetic shock.
Aydhun Byars, of Aurora, Colo., spoke with a 911 dispatcher when his mother became incoherent.
“I don’t know what mom is doing, but I need someone’s help,” he told the 911 dispatcher.
The dispatcher told Aydhun to go into his mother’s room and yell her name, to which he replied, “She’s not waking up.”
The little boy didn’t know his address, but the dispatcher was able to trace the call and get help to Aydhun’s mom, Tarah Gunderlock.
Gunderlock told 7NEWS that her son has clubbed hands and feet, so dialing is harder for him.
"He's my little superhero and he makes me really, really happy," she told 7NEWS. "I told him, 'You used your superpower,' and he told me, 'My superpower is love.'"