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Content -- -- glee -- the soft spoken fifth grader who Atlanta police are calling a courageous young hero.
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They say the 911 call she made from her grandmother southeast Atlanta home the night of march 20 may have saved her grandmother's life.
That's why Atlanta police recently honored the ten year old as well as the APD dispatcher on the -- -- end of that 911 call.
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It's an area -- -- says Marcellus calmness under pressure helped get paramedics to her grandmother's home.
Before the woman slipped into a diabetic coma.
Is breathing he had I -- well -- was -- in all of this out in the house but she was like giving them instructions on what to do.
And you know and EMS -- it was Eleanor you know the procedures they have program like kind of hit for the batting cleanup on the map you know -- -- everything the everywhere.
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Was she able to respond when you're doing any of them now.
We'll put that night it was that it you.
It's you -- very rare problem or question like simply wants to several malls -- -- -- and a number of things to lose no.
So it's awesome -- over the holds its awards and then there's going to be no product and I've been -- -- another -- -- -- his.
-- she was just a perfect example of someone and have someone sit com our homeland -- and you know their location their phone number Allison did things in place in this you can say it's the most fun.
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