A woman is being called a hero after saving a little girl's life at a local swimming pool.
Andrea Meadows jumped to action on Saturday at the Cedar Grove Village Pool in South Fulton County when she noticed a 4-year-old girl at the bottom of the 3-foot deep pool.
"I heard a bunch of commotion.... and there was a lifeless little body. She had foam coming out of her mouth, out her nose. Her eyes were rolled to the back of her head. She was not breathing," Meadows tells Channel 2 Action News.
Meadows performed CPR on the little girl but, the first two attempts didn't work.
"Then the third time I pumped her chest again and I blew in her mouth. And, then she made a sound like (cough). And my mom screamed, she's alive, she's alive," says Meadows.
Witnesses say the woman didn't give up on the little girl.
"I just kept praying and I kept calling Jesus name and I just kept trying to get her all the way back. And, then she finally came all the way back and she just threw up a river," says Meadows.
The child was rushed to the hospital, where she remained overnight.
Her condition is unknown, but the girl's mother, Shellan Darby, tells Channel 2 Action News she is fine and she's grateful to the neighbor.
"What they did was great. They save her life and we are very happy for it," says Darby.