The police shared a phone conversation between an 8-year-old Hungarian boy and a dispatcher of the National Ambulance Service.
According to hvg.hu, without Máté’s presence of mind in those critical minutes, his mother would most likely be dead. “Máté is a real hero. He was aware of everything, he’s got guts. His mother can thank her life to him,” the ambulance and police praised the 8-year-old Hungarian boy. He knew what to do when there was trouble and immediately called the ambulance.
Although it is difficult to think clearly in such situations, Máté was able to tell the ambulance what happened, as well as the address and what pills his mother uses for her heart problem after his mother collapsed. “The boy was not afraid even when his mother was in a bad condition. These were tense moments, but the operator and the ambulance rescue team leader remained with the family. It will be something they will never forget,” the police wrote.
They drew attention in their post to what everybody should tell the operators in such situations:
And since we wrote about healthcare and danger…
A total of 24 patients died of a Covid-related illness over the past 24 hours, while 2,047 new coronavirus infections were registered, koronavirus.gov.hu said on Friday. So far, 6,405,472 people received their first jab, while 6,191,345 have been double-jabbed. 3,858,487 Hungarians have received a booster shot, and 281,150 got their fourth shot.
The number of active infections went down to 68,288, while hospitals are treating 1,449 Covid-19 patients, 45 of whom are intubated on a ventilator. Since the first outbreak, 1,890,953 have been registered with the virus, while 46,048 deaths have been recorded. A total of 1,776,617 people have made a recovery.
Source: hvg.hu, MTI