Henry Davies who has been praised by paramedics for calling an ambulance when his mother Chloe lost consciousness after falling, Coundon, Coventry. A four-year-old boy has been hailed a hero after he calmly called 999 when his mum fell over and knocked herself out. See NTI story NTIHERO. Little Henry Davies did not panic but instinctively phoned the emergency services after his mother Chloe, 29, tripped and banged her head on the living room table at their home. Henry told the operator what had happened, directed paramedics to the house in Coundon, Coventry, and even offered the ambulance crew a drink once they arrived. Henry, who only turned four last month, also phoned his dad, Ian, who was driving at the time, to tell him what had happened to Chloe. His swift actions last Thursday (21/5) have been praised by West Midlands Ambulance Service who described his initiative as “amazing”. Proud dad Ian, 35, said: “Chloe has been unwell with glandular fever which has made her feel quite poorly. “I left for work early at about 7.30am and as she got up after I went she felt quite dizzy and faint and stumbled.