- A 4-year-old girl was busy dancing in the living room when she noticed smoke coming from the kitchen
- She rushed there and alerted her father who came hurriedly and threw out the burning kitchen appliances
- The young girl was celebrated widely by many people for saving her family and their home
It is always a normal occurrence for adults to save lives, but it is quite some news when a baby does the same.
The same was confirmed recently by a four-year-old Florida girl who saved her entire family and the home after a fire broke out.
Fox 2 Detroit reported that a Florida dad was over the moon after his four-year-old daughter saved the family home after seeing a fire in the kitchen.
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According to the father named Daniel Patrick Jermyn, he had cooked lunch for his family and was preparing to go out when the fire broke out.
The dad said his daughter identified as Amelia was in the living room just listening and dancing to songs from Frozen when she noticed some smoke in the kitchen.
Jermyn, the dad told the media that his daughter came looking for him and when she found him, she was quick to urge him to go and look at what was happening in the kitchen.
The dad said she could feel something was definitely not right by the way his daughter was acting.
The daughter shouted:
"Hey dad, you have to come to look at this."
It was at that point when the dad rushed to the kitchen and found some of the appliances had caught fire.
Quickly, the dad grabbed the appliances and threw them in the backyard pool.
Well, the kitchen was damaged but thank God, the young girl noticed early and more harm was avoided.
He told FOX 35
"She is a little tutu-wearing superhero."
Police, medics and the dad all confirmed that no one was injured during the incident.
The only issue was that some melted pieces of the kitchen appliances landed on the dad's food and their family dog.
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In other news, a 9-year-old girl identified as Aakayla Gunn has warmed the hearts of many after successfully helping her nurse mother who went into an early labour to deliver a child.
Gunn was at home with her mother who is a nurse at St.Luke's South Hospital. Her mother went into labour, a week earlier than the expected delivery date.
According to a report by PIX11.com, the young girl helped her mother deliver as the latter coached her on what to do and how to do it.