New Port Rich, FLA (WFTS) – Indigo Goodin spends a lot of time with her grandmother Belinda.
“I love her so much. Second, the 5-year-old says she always gives me gifts every time I go there.
The two Sundays were together.
But while Grandma was bathing, the storm swept away her power. Belinda Sammer, who suffers from COPD, was in total darkness.
I did not know what to do. I just couldn’t get out of the pool. And the next thing I know is that Indigo goes with the flashlight, Samers said.
Belinda was about to pass, but the fast-paced Kindergarten stepped out of the bathroom and into the oxygen tank.
“The most amazing thing was that she knew I was in trouble. I couldn’t do anything outside. “I was shocked,” Samers said.
The staff at Genesis School heard about this little hero and decided to honor her. A way for classmates to inspire and show what any of them can do. Her parents and grandparents are more than proud.
“This is amazing and Indigo says she was very calm even after all this happened. Indigo was still trying to calm her down. ‘He will be a good grandmother, and he will be good,’ said Indogo’s mother, Kelly Goodin.
“I was very worried. “Without her, I would not have done it,” Samers said.
The family is making sure that Belinda is not too far from oxygen. And Ingogo is gone to celebrate.
Saturday will be six years.