BREAKING NEWS: Youngster helps save dad's life
2.01.08 – 11.15am: AN EIGHT-YEAR-OLD boy helped his dad out of a life-threatening situation while they were driving on the motorway.
2.01.07 - 11.15am: AN EIGHT-YEAR-OLD boy helped his dad out of a life-threatening situation while they were driving on the motorway.
The youngster, called Jago, directed an ambulance to the M5 after his father fell into a coma in their car on Friday.
Neil Stewart, of Cornwall, suffered a diabetic attack but managed to pull into a lay-by.
Jago rang his mother who called 999. The boy then used the car's satellite navigation to tell emergency services where they were near the Clevedon junction of the motorway.
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Mr Stewart was taken to Weston General Hospital by ambulance and released the following day.
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