3 MORE LOCAL NEWS NOW -- When you think of what firefighters do ... you probably picture them putting out flames ... but that's just ONE part of their job. Firefighters are also first responders ... many with a paramedic license. Channel 4's Ashley Mitchem got to meet FOUR Nassau County firefighters AND a little boy they saved after he got into trouble ... after getting into his sister's medicine. 3 00-0846-51105-111Friday, January 17th, a day this mom of three will never forget... Mandy Conner, Mother of Three 45:45 I'll never forget it. it was the scariest day of my life by farMandy Conner's two year old son, Clyde, got a hold of his autistic sister's prescription pills Mandy found him and the empty bottle of medicine, called 911 and within minutes the EMT's were on scene ready to take action. Her son had consumed all twenty pills inside the bottle-- it could have been deadly if the rescue team didn't get to him in time. 45:05 I thought he was going to die I mean he was barely breathingHer son was rushed us to Wolfson Children's Hospital. And within hours her son went from barely breathing to breathing on his own.Mandy had to show the firefighters her gratitude for saving her little boy's life49:25 it really changed my way of viewing them and I'm very thankful that we have them nearby and they came so quickly to get himSo Mandy and her son Clyde, along with one of her daughters paid Station 70 in Nassau County a visit... Mandy brought them food, introduced them to her son and said thank you...Lt. Chris Gamble, 18 Year Firefighter 42:45 we don't really care for all the lights and the glamour but yea just having someone stop by and say thanks and get to see the end resultThe end result that this little boy is alive thanks to them..AM C4 TLS. LT. Gamble tells us these accidents are preventable -- one way is to make sure the cap is screwed onto a "child lock" setting.