How do I get the ID value out of this JSON Packet in php?

Hi,

I know I have to use json_decode, but I am having a few issues getting to the id (i bolded the value I want.
{"message":"Request submitted","sms":[{"destination":"61402XXXXXX","from":"XXXXXXXXXX","id":"d3c2183dbbb9895386ffd3d234f90421","receipts":{},"message":"Hi, Please contact CCC","uri":"\/2016-11-30\/sms\/d3c2183dbbb9895386ffd3d234f90421","created":"Fri, 01 Dec 2017 11:31:14 +0000"}],"api_version":"2016-11-30","status":200,"uri":"\/2016-11-30\/sms"}

This is what I have so far, but none of it is really effective.
$Callresult = json_decode($response);
$Callresult2 = json_decode($response,True);
echo "<br><Br>Call Result <br><br>";
var_dump($Callresult);
echo "<br><Br>Call Result 2<br><br>";
var_dump($Callresult2);
echo "<br><Br>Message: ";
echo $Callresult2->message."<br><br>";
//print_r($Callresult);
//echo("<br><Br>Status Testing: <Br><br>");
//$xmlresult = "";
$Callresult = $Callresult;
echo "<br><br>Response1:".$Callresult;
echo "<br><br>";
$Callstatus = $Callresult[0]->id;
echo "<br><br>Response2:".$Callstatus;

is anyone able to assist?
mavmanauNetwork Engineer/SysadminAsked:
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Chris StanyonWebDevCommented:
If you're just after the ID, then you'd need something like this:

$Callresult = json_decode($response);
$Callstatus = $Callresult->sms[0]->id;
echo $Callstatus;

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mavmanauNetwork Engineer/SysadminAuthor Commented:
Perfect  - that was exactly what I was trying to get to.  Thank you very much!!
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Chris StanyonWebDevCommented:
No worries :)
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