A three-year-old girl was saved from the killer disease meningitis after her mother checked her symptoms on an iPhone app.
Hollie Weeks was saved by her quick-thinking mother Claire after she became seriously ill on holiday.
Mrs Weeks had downloaded the Meningitis Trust app after a classmate of her other daughter died after contracting the condition.
Claire, 36, and father Simon, 39, from Kingswood, Bristol, rushed her to North Devon District Hospital on April 29.
The youngster was diagnosed with viral meningitis and received treatment within 20 minutes.
However, she still suffered a stroke down her right side and lost her speech. She spent two days in the Barnstaple hospital, 12 days at Bristol Children’s Hospital, and 11 days at Frenchay Hospital.
But Hollie, nicknamed ‘little miracle’ by doctors, is now battling back to health thanks to her parents’ swift actions.
She has regained most of her mobility, although still has co-ordination problems with her right hand.