5 y.o. Savannah calls 911 for her daddy (video)

Five year old Savannah calls 911 on behalf of her father, who is having a hard time breathing.

I may have posted this before, but I think it was a different one we posted. It’s really kind of amazing. Listening to this girl reassure her dad that he’ll be okay, and not to worry, is really just amazing.


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8 Responses to “5 y.o. Savannah calls 911 for her daddy (video)”

  1. Tanveer Habib says:

    This video seems a nice one good job.

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  2. AngelaE8654 says:

    That’s so brave it made me cry.


  3. Yep, had a long call with my ad guy this morning, he’s trying to figure out a temporary fix, before we then go into long term fix mode. And the problem isn’t the site, the problem is certain ads and/or certain ad companies that created something that doesn’t work, and they likely aren’t caring about fixing it. So whenever those ads get served up, everything breaks.

  4. HeartlandLiberal says:

    I could not see the two ads side by side above the box to enter comment until I turned off Ghostery blocking. But then they appear above the box, not overlaying it. This with FireFox 12.x, latest, NoScript (trusting), and Ghostery (blocking turned off). Also, on my old XP machine, which I still use for lots of old games.

    You need to let John know what browser you are using.

    FWIW, I loaded the page in IE 8 on this XP machine, and the ad in upper left does not appear, and the two ads in question do not appear. And that is with default settings in IE, no tightened security.

    Then I loaded the page in Chrome. Both the upper left ad and the two ads above the comment box appear, but now I get a SECOND block of links, one block above the two ads, and one block below the ads and above the comment box. Except in FireFox, the second block of links drifted down to appear below the comment box I opened to write this reply inline in the middle of comments.

    I would suggest there are serious problems with the html being used and the failure across browsers to comply with standards; and this is exacerbated by the drive to tracking and intrusion by the ad companies.

    A dilemma for sure.

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  6. emjayay says:

    Now two ads covering the comment box, which is why I’m using a Reply farther down. This has been going on for at least two weeks. The moderator wrote about it last week. Still not fixed.

  7. Mary O'Grady says:

    How true. A brave and compassionate child.

  8. karmanot says:

    WOW!!! There is a powerful woman in that little girl.

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