The panicked mother's prayers were answered when a passerby saved the life of her 2-year-old daughter

Chloe Tuff was driving in Sandringham, southeast of Melbourne when her 2-year-old daughter, Amelia, dropped her paddle and started having an uncontrollable attack on the car without warning.

A panicked mother thought that her two-year-old daughter had died before a heroic viewer saved the girl's life.

Chloe Tuff, driving in Sandringham, southeast of Melbourne when her 2-year-old daughter, Amelia, dropped her lollipop and began to suffer an uncontrollable attack on the car without warning.

She immediately stopped and scored triple zero before the council worker, Scott Walker, saw her in distress as she passed by and ran to help.

The mother of two children from Chelsea Heights told Daily Mail Australia that this was Amelia's first seizure and that the child is fine and back to being a "naughty child".

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Chloe Tuff was driving in Sandringham, southeast of Melbourne when her 2-year-old daughter, Amelia, dropped her paddle and started having an uncontrollable attack on the car without warning.

Chloe Tuff was driving in Sandringham, southeast of Melbourne when her 2-year-old daughter, Amelia, dropped her paddle and started having an uncontrollable attack on the car without warning.

Ms. Tuff told Daily Mail Australia that this was Amelia's first seizure and that the girl is fine and back to being a "naughty girl" & # 39; - she has never had a cold

Ms. Tuff told Daily Mail Australia that this was Amelia's first seizure and that the girl is fine and back to being a "naughty girl" & # 39; - she has never had a cold

Ms. Tuff told Daily Mail Australia that this was Amelia's first seizure and that the girl is fine and back to being a "naughty girl" & # 39; – she has never had a cold

Mr. Scott Walker had completed an advanced first aid course just one week before saving the lives of 2 year olds; Now he urges all parents to take the course.

Prior to Walker's critical help, Chloe performed CPR with one hand while dialing for help with the other.

She found the situation very difficult and was struggling to communicate details such as the name of the street and the location to the emergency services.

"I was in such a state of shock with everything that happened, for those first moments after the seizure and when I was unconscious and sad I was just hysterical because I thought I was dead," she said.

Scott Walker was passing through and saw the traumatic situation and immediately came to the rescue

Scott Walker was passing through and saw the traumatic situation and immediately came to the rescue

Scott Walker was passing through and saw the traumatic situation and immediately came to the rescue

Mr. Walker has been nominated for a Pride of Australia Award for his compassion and help

Mr. Walker has been nominated for a Pride of Australia Award for his compassion and help

Mr. Walker has been nominated for a Pride of Australia Award for his compassion and help

"I was on the phone with 000 while trying to do CPR and trying to shout his name and someone helped me."

Mr. Walker was able to take control of the situation and take the vital signs of Amelia while communicating with the emergency services while his coworkers were directing traffic.

Another passer-by also helped the mother entertaining her one-year-old daughter, Peggy, who was also in the car at the time.

Mr. Walker has been nominated for a Pride of Australia Award for his compassion and help.

Ms. Tuff and her husband Luke said they are grateful for Mr. Walker's help.

"I think I thought someone would come to me, but I never thought that I would be so lucky to have someone as amazing as Scott, who had the training and knowledge and his whole personality to be so attentive and selfless, is one in a million, and still so humble, "said Ms. Tuff.

Another passer-by also helped the mother entertaining her one-year-old daughter, Peggy, who was also in the car at the time.

Another passer-by also helped the mother entertaining her one-year-old daughter, Peggy, who was also in the car at the time.

Another passer-by also helped the mother entertaining her one-year-old daughter, Peggy, who was also in the car at the time.

Mrs. Tuff has also given some advice to other parents: "My advice is for all people, but especially for parents, please do a first aid course, and I know that is the message that Scott also wants: he He is very passionate with people knowing first aid.

"I did a first aid course when Amelia was about 8 months old, and I definitely need a refresher, but she gave me the confidence to at least try CPR.

As a parent, you will never want to be in a situation where you think your child is dying in front of your eyes and that you are helpless … and it can happen to anyone. & # 39;

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