A toddler girl in the U.K. found her epileptic mother dead and initiated a video call with her dad to tell him she could not wake her up.

Beckka Hull, 23, from Cardiff, the capital city of Wales, was found dead on Jan. 3 by her 4-year-old daughter, Miley. The child thought her mother was fast asleep and used her mom's phone to video-call her dad. Miley then told the man, who is Beckka's ex-partner, that her mother wasn't waking up, reported Manchester Evening News.

When the child's father and his current girlfriend came for help, they found that the doors were locked and the toddler was home alone. However, Miley managed to open a window and allowed the couple to come in. They attempted to revive Beckka but did not succeed.

Officials believe Beckka passed away long before anyone arrived at the residence. Meanwhile, the cause of her death has not yet been confirmed.

However, according to Rachael Hull, Beckka's 43-year-old mother, the young mom may have failed to receive her epilepsy medication the weekend before her demise. Rachael believes this might have been "one of the factors" in her daughter's death.

Beckka was diagnosed with epilepsy when she was 14 and had been on medication since then.

"We don't know what time she passed, or the cause of her death. But her 4-year-old daughter found her 'sleeping,' as she describes," Rachael said, as per Wales Online. "At the moment, I'm telling myself that epilepsy has taken my daughter away from me."

The grieving mother already set up a Go Fund Me Page to raise funds that would help support the family during the crisis. According to Rachael, a portion of the donations would be given to an epilepsy charity.

"If people haven't got their medication, they need to find a way to get it - because it's so important," Rachael said.

"I would like to make aware that it's very important that people take their medication for epilepsy, because when you are alone and things like this happen — if they can be prevented, God forbid, I wouldn't want anyone else to go through what I'm going to have to go through for the rest of my life," she added.

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