A BOY of three rang 999 using what he had learned from a YouTube cartoon to help save his mum.

Thomas Boffey then climbed over a child gate and let in officers after Kayleigh Boffey, 33, had knocked herself unconscious falling down stairs.

SWNSThomas Boffey, 3, rang 999 using what he had learned from a YouTube cartoon to help save his mum Kayleigh '/ '

SWNSRobocar Poli is a story of a police car, ambulance and a fire engine and shows how to respond to emergencies '/ '

The toddler had seen how to react on the series Robocar Poli.

He told a call handler: “Mummy won’t wake up.”

When the emergency services arrived, he found the right key to open the front door to their home in from Rowley Regis, West Mids.

Kayleigh was treated at hospital for knee, ankle, shoulder and hip injuries but is now recovering at home with her “mini- superhero”.

She added: “I’m extremely proud of him — it was amazing he knew what to do and didn’t get scared.”

Full-time mum Kayleigh had fallen after being overcome by stomach pain from a hernia and enlarged spleen.

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Police said call handler Morgane Amphlett did well to keep the boy calm, build a rapport and get the info she needed.

Robocar Poli is a story of a police car, ambulance and a fire engine and shows how to respond to emergencies.

SWNSPolice said call handler Morgane Amphlett did well to keep the boy calm, build a rapport and get the info she needed '/ '

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