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BROOKLYN — A 7-year-old Brooklyn boy is being hailed as a hero days after calmly dialing 911 after his sick mom collapsed and suffered a seizure.

Paramedics arrived minutes after Drew Champagnie told a 911 dispatcher his address as well as his father’s cell phone number.

After his heroics, Champagnie went to school as if nothing had happened.

“She fell down. She’s shaking,” 7-year-old Drew Champagnie told a dispatcher at 8:12 a.m., a source said. “Please send someone quickly.”

Read more at the New York Daily News.


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