A brother and sister have been hailed heroes after they used first aid training to help their grandmother – aged just nine and six.
Callum Drewett and his younger sister Ellie-Mai were being looked after by Susan Stockwell, 69, when she tumbled in the garden while looking at strawberry plants.
The worried OAP fell head first, leaving her with a sore head and arm, and unable to get up from the paving stones in Bridgwater, Somerset.
But the two St John Ambulance Badgers – the charity‘s youngest volunteers – jumped into action.
While Ellie-Mai got a pillow and blanket and kept her granny calm, mature Callum called his grandfather Will Huggett for help after initially suggesting an ambulance.
Thankfully Susan, a former nurse and care worker, made a full recovery, and was left with just a black eye and bruised arm.
Susan said: “My wonderful grandchildren looked after me. The children knew exactly what to do. I was in a lot of pain but so proud of them both. They were fantastic.”
Callum and Ellie-Mai’s mum, Kas Drewett, 38, was out for a meal with work colleagues when her mum tumbled on May 24.
The pair are set to be presented with ‘Brave Badger’ awards.