Three-year-old Tyrone Copeland is the toast of the town after he saved his aunt's life when she suffered a seizure.
His aunt Deneene suffered a seizure while accompanying Tyrone to a local playground in Delaware, America. The little lad ran across the park and made it safely over a road to get help when his aunt fell to the ground.
He was able to explain where his aunt was and what had happened, and calmly told paramedics his name and where he lived when they arrived on the scene.
The local community is extremely proud of Tyrone's heroics, and local police are throwing a ceremony in his honour to say thank you for his bravery.
Watch the video above to find out more about this brave little boy.
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