Giana Gleeson
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Apple's Siri calls ambulance while mother gives daughter CPR

A woman from Cairns, Australia, used Siri to call an ambulance for her one-year-old daughter, Giana, when she stopped breathing.

After dropping her iPhone, Stacey Gleeson shouted at the handset to activate Siri and told it to contact the emergency services as she began CPR.

Ms Gleeson shared her story with the BBC's Lucy Hockings.

  • 08 Jun 2016
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