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Dereham sisters hailed as heroes

PUBLISHED: 13:08 28 October 2009 | UPDATED: 15:26 07 July 2010

Ellie and Lilly Salisbury with their mum Tracey.

Ellie and Lilly Salisbury with their mum Tracey.

Emma Knights

Two young sisters have been hailed as heroes for their life-saving bravery when their mother became seriously ill.

Lilly and Ellie Salisbury, aged 11 and 12, were awarded with certificates by the East of England Ambulance Service on Monday for taking charge when their mum Tracey Salisbury collapsed from a potentially fatal condition on September 21 at their home in Dereham.

Two young sisters have been hailed as heroes for their life-saving bravery when their mother became seriously ill.

Lilly and Ellie Salisbury, aged 11 and 12, were awarded with certificates by the East of England Ambulance Service on Monday for taking charge when their mum Tracey Salisbury collapsed from a potentially fatal condition on September 21 at their home in Dereham.

See this week's Dereham Times to read more.

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