Paw Patrol rescue: Toddler proves 'no pup is too small' in truck dash to help dad

A toddler proved "no pup is too small" as he drove his Paw Patrol truck along a busy road to get help after his dad collapsed. Stefan Snowden was at home when dad Marc, who has epilepsy, suffered a seizure. With his mum Neve out, the three-year-old burst into action and grabbed his Paw Patrol truck to try to get help.

Stefan soon found himself on the busy A151 Spalding Road near Twenty where he was pulled to safety by a woman as cars drove past beeping their horns.

Image: Marc said he is proud of his son. Pic: John AronPaw Patrol rescue: Toddler proves 'no pup is too small' in truck dash to help dadImage: Stefan grabbed his truck to try to help his dad. Pic: John Aron

According to Lincolnshire Live, another woman looked after the young hero as they worked out where he had come from.

Advertisement His mother told the paper: "Stefan was definitely going for help. "When we spoke to the police Stefan said 'Daddy was poorly'."

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Mr Snowden said he was proud of his toddler son.

Inspector Rachel Blackwell from Lincolnshire Police said: "We have so much praise for the speedy and brave actions of the first passer-by who put herself at risk to stop a tragedy happening to this child.

"The action of the second woman who opened her home and provided a safe environment was amazing.

She entertained the boy while the first woman tried to track his family down."

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