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A six-year-old girl in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand has been branded as an 'angel' for her dedication in saving lives.
According to China Global TV Network on Facebook, Katoon's mother is a nurse while her father is an ambulance driver.
She has been helping her parents and rescuing the injured without hesitation ever since the age of two, even in the face of blood and death.
Her father told the media, "She started helping us with volunteer work from two, following us and distributing food to flood victims. She has completely taken to helping others ever since, she never complains."
Katoon said that "people seem to like her" and would want to take pictures with her as well as give her money for snacks.
"I give [the money] to the poor and the seniors," added the sensible child.
Asked why she showed no fear of bodies or ghosts, Katoon responded with grown-up grace, "Papa said we don’t need to be afraid because we are here for saving."