His little voice said: “my name is Roman and my mother is dead”, but a miracle awaited him.
The contradictions of whether or not we should let children use electronics such as smartphones, or tablets or any modern device with access to the internet or games, are still valid and under discussion.
Is it right or wrong? Even the experts can’t agree, but in this particular case, Siri ‘would have helped God’ save a miracle from happening
Since I don’t know if everyone is familiar with Siri, I’m going to introduce them to you. Siri is the name of the voice that IPhones use so that you can talk to your phone asking it from where the nearest gas station is, to how to transform degrees Centigrade into Fahrenheit.
Other phones have similar services, like Alexa, but in this case we are going to talk about how Sirir, a 4-year-old boy and a miracle occurs when his mother collapses dead to the floor.
She fell to the ground and didn’t wake up
As reported by Up Social, the mother of these three children was with them and suddenly collapsed to the floor as dead. Her oldest son, just 4 years old, had no idea what to do, much less her younger brothers.
There he made the best decision of his early life
He took the cell phone from his mother, who live in London, and spoke to Siri. As to use this service, you should not know or read or write (you only have to know how a cell phone works), with the help of this telephone service, the child was connected to the emergency line in which the operator tried to get the most possible information to send you help.
“My name is Roman, I can’t go looking for my mother, she is dead”
Was Roman’s response, when the emergency operator instructed him to try to wake his mother.
According to what was reported by the London metropolitan police, among all the questions that the operator asked her, she managed to find out the address they were in and in 13 minutes, medical personnel arrived to save the young mother.
It all ended up being a miracle
The quick and intelligent decision of a boy named Roman who lives in London together with the help of technology, with which he was familiar, helped ‘God to make a miracle happen, which woke up his mother once again.
Children and the good use of technology
My two daughters, although neither has a cell phone, they have a Google phone number that allows them to contact us in case of an emergency, however, I don’t know what they would do if something like this happened, and just thinking about it makes me skinny of chicken.
Do your children know how to use 911 or the emergency number of the place where you live?
In a note reported by ABC 6, he asks this interesting question of parents.
According to Jim Vaught, director of Doughtery EMA, he urges parents to teach them how to use this service, at the earliest age possible.
A legitimate question a mother asks herself is: can our children actually use our smartphones, if they don’t even know the password to open it?
The answer is yes. As soon as the central button is pressed, the screen offers the numbers from 0 to 9 to enter the password, but at the bottom of the screen, the EMERGENCY option appears on the left , which would immediately transfer them to the dispatch office. emergencies.
A lesson every parent should include
It may seem silly, but not many little ones know the real name of their parents, since they know them from Mom and Dad, nor do they know their address.
This weekend I went to see the movie Lion, a true story of a 5-year-old boy who is lost in India for 25 years, for not knowing his last name, his mother’s name or the name of the city in which he she lived.
They are simple things that we must include as a fundamental part of our children’s knowledge; The earlier they know these simple facts by heart, the more chances they have to be safe and perhaps save someone’s life.