A little girl has been receiving a lot of praises, being called a hero displaying unbelievable courage in the aftermath of a car crash. Olivia Valli’s family couldn’t be more proud of her after the seven-year-old pulled her two and three-year-old brothers from the wreck of their car after a terrifying crash last November 1.
Olivia's mother, Amber, was driving the car when she lost control of the vehicle along the road in Woolmar, a place in Australia. The crash knocked her unconscious, leaving Olivia the only conscious survivor.
The little girl the took the matter into her own hands.
Her two brothers, Mason, 3, and Flynn, 2, were strapped in the back in their car seats. Olivia unbuckled her own belt and pulled them out one by one, taking them out of the car while they were still cradled in their seats. The three children got out safely and unharmed, but their mother had to be flown to a hospital by helicopter with many body injuries.
The doctor, LifeFlight critical care Matthew Mulkeen, said “To have the state of mind and the composure to do that after the car has rolled over twice and to be lying on its side, that's quite amazing in itself.”
Meanwhile, her uncle Wade was also amazed by her little niece’s bravery. “Olivia was incredibly brave and a dead set little champion to do what she did,” he said, “After being in a car that rolled two times all she was thinking about was her two little brothers.”
A GoFundMe page has been created to help finance the difficult situation the family.
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