A dramatic video shows a Georgia toddler nearly drowning in a pool earlier this month before her 10-year-old takes action and saves her life.
The footage from May 15 shows the 3-year-old Kali Dallis in a hose as she jumps into the pool of a Chamblee apartment complex. Within seconds, the hose turns and forces the child underwater.
The footage shows Dallis's 10-year-old sister, Jayla, running from across the pool, jumping into the water and taking Dallis to safety.
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She's on, "Jayla Dallis told Channel Action 2 News.
Witnesses called rescue workers, who alternately performed with the plant manager of the apartment CPR on the girl, the station reported. The girl was taken to a hospital where she remained in critical condition for two weeks. She was sent home Friday after a full recovery.
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"It's amazing. It's a miracle. Do not let them out of your sight, "said the girl's mother, Daneshia Dallis, on Channel Action 2 News. "All cars are not safe. Danger. Take care of your children. "
Chamblee is located about 24 km northeast of Atlanta.