Young Courageous Hero 

Published by The Bee News

November 6, 2021

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Young Courageous Hero
Early morning on October 1st  2021 Robert was driving near Walleck Ranch, when he had a diabetic medical emergency. Robert lost control of the vehicle when the medical episode occurred, which lead to a collision with an electrical box.
Cheyenne age 11 Robert’s little sister that was riding with her brother at the time of the incident, located a phone in the car, even though the phone had no service Cheyenne knew the phone would still dial 911. When Cheyenne called she stated “she was scared”.
Cheyenne as well as her family wants to thank the dispatcher for going above and beyond for helping keep her calm and walking her through each step, explaining what occurred and where they were located until help arrived.
Kingman Fire Department, acknowledged Cheyenne Thursday November 4th for being a true hero and staying calm to help her brother until help arrived. When Cheyenne grows up she wants to be a fire fighter medic. Kingman Fire wants to also use the bravery and knowledge of Cheyenne and her brothers emergency situation to remind the community that even if the phone is not active with a carrier, you can still call 911 for emergency’s.

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