Seven year old Wisconsin girl called a hero for assisting her grandma

Seven year old Kenzie Smith is being called a heroine for her quick actions to contact the authorities when her grandmother Donna Bryan who was driving her auto in La Crosse Wisconsin about one month ago suddenly had trouble catching her breath which forced her to pull on the side of the road.

Kenzie who is a second grade student at La Crosse First Evangelical Church who attended a first aid course that the Mayo Health Clinic as well as the La Crosse Fire Department to teach the students what to do in case of a medical emergency before the incident happened to her grandmother.

Thanks to the class that Kenzie attended she was quick to call 911 to report the emergency when her grandmother passed out while driving her auto on Moore Road in La Crosse Wisconsin.

When the medical rescue team arrived, they were able to revive Donna who is alive thanks to the teachers at the school where Kenzie attends as well as Kenzie’s mother Rebecca Smith who taught her daughter what to do during a medical emergency.

Kenzie received her reward on Thursday when the La Crosse Fire Department and the Mayo Health Clinic for using her skills to assist other people who are in need of medical assistance. Kenzie in my book is a real life Wonder Girl.

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Written by Deepizzaguy

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