A four-year-old boy has been praised by emergency services for saving his mother’s life.
The young boy, from Croyden, asked Siri to call the emergency services after using his unconscious mum’s thumb to unlock her phone.
And police have released the audio from the call to encourage parents to teach their children what to do in an emergency.
Thanks to Roman’s 999 call, emergency services were able to get to his house within 13 minutes and provide first aid to his unconscious mum.
His mum was taken to hospital and has now been discharged and returned home.
Chief Superintendent Ade Adelekan said: ‘Hearing this call brings home the importance of teaching your young child their home address and how to call police or emergency services in an emergency situation.
“If you do nothing else today, then I’d implore any parents of young children to sit down with them and make sure they know what to do in this kind of situation and that they know how to contact police or other emergency services.
“As this case demonstrates so poignantly, it could really be the difference between life and death.”