Erika Miller was no stranger to terrible migraines, but when she realized she was out of her normal medication, she decided to take painkillers instead. "I remember feeling a little bit dizzy," she told local news affiliate KATU, adding that she "took two or three more steps and hit the floor." When her daughter Alana saw that mommy was passed out on the floor, she walked over to the phone and dialed 9-1-1. "While she was on the phone she said 'Mommy ouch,'" Petty Officer William Cummings told KATU, The officer was able to dispatch help to Miller's house, and it was there he saw Erika on the floor, and little Alana in the other room getting her mommy a blanket. Erika Miller credits her daughter's life-saving skills with her own Red Cross training. "I had shown her a few months ago. 'This is what you do when there' s a big ouie' or what buttons to push. Maybe some of it sunk in," said Miller, who made a full recovery.