A BBC news article has popped up about an online gamer helping out another that was in dire need. A 17-year-old gamer named Aidan Jackson was playing online with a friend Dia Lathora. Jackson, who is from Liverpool, England, started having a seizure, and Lathora, who lives in Texas, jumped into action.\r\n\r\nShe had her headset on, and she knew right away that it sounded like Jackson was having a seizure. Lathora, 20 years old, kept asking Jackson if he was okay, but he wasn\u2019t answering her. She knew she had to act quickly, but there were a lot of obstacles in her way.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=yq3F7BKl0Fg\r\n\r\nLathora lives in the US, and she knew Jackson\u2019s home address. But that was it. She didn\u2019t have any contact information for his family. Jackson\u2019s parents were downstairs watching TV and had no idea that Jackson was seizing upstairs in his bedroom. \r\n\r\nAlso, living in the States, she didn\u2019t have experience with calling European numbers. Lathora was able to make it happen, though. She tried calling the emergency line in Liverpool, but it didn\u2019t work. She then decided to try the non-emergency line. She got ahold of the non-emergency department, and 40 minutes later, they arrived at the doorstep of Jackon\u2019s house.\r\n\r\nConfused, Jackon\u2019s mom ran upstairs to Jackson\u2019s room. She found him extremely disoriented. The paramedics took care of him, and now the family is awaiting some tests.\r\n\r\nWhat an amazing story! It\u2019s incredible how someone who lives on another continent can have such an impact on somebody\u2019s life so rapidly. If Lathoria wasn\u2019t playing with Jackson at the time, or if she wasn\u2019t as alert as she was, who knows how this story ends?\r\n\r\nIt took around 40 minutes for the paramedics to tend to Jackson, and at that point, he was disoriented. It sounds like he was still conscious and breathing, which is excellent. But if Lathoria didn\u2019t contact the non-emergency line, Jackson may not have gotten help for hours. \r\n\r\nHis parents were downstairs watching TV. They may have gone to bed without checking on him, assuming he was in his room, either gaming or going to bed. \r\n\r\nThis situation could have gone a few different ways, but Lathoria did her best to make the outcome the best possible. Hopefully, Jackson gets well soon!