Dispatcher helps to save life of toddler in dramatic emergency call

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A mother has thanked a 911 dispatcher who risked his job to save her young son during a frantic emergency call.

Melissa Grable was beside herself after her 17-month-old son Aidan Walker had a seizure at home in Virginia, United States.

Grandmother Cheri Grable had screamed to her to call 911, according to CBS6.

Luckily for them, Tim Webb was on the other end and he proceeded to show them how to perform CPR on the youngster, who had stopped breathing.

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Aidan Walker Mum Melissa Grable (L), Aidan Walker and grandmother Cheri Grable (Picture: CB6)

This was despite the Galax Police Department dispatcher not being allowed to give the instruction because he wasn’t certified to do so.

But he knew the closest ambulance was 20 minutes away and he if he didn’t, Aidan could die.

‘This is my only son, I can’t lose him!,’ mum Melissa…

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