Saturday, July 20, 2013


Shokcing: A baby girl pronounced dead at birth 'came back to life' three hours later on the altar of a hospital chapel, picturedA BABY GIRL was pronounced dead at birth and placed on the altar of the hospital Chapel. 3 hours later the grandmother came to take the baby when she began to move. Yasmin Gomes was placed in a box in the Chapel in Londrina, South Brazil by the nurse. Elza Silva, the grandmother, is reported to have said, "At first I couldn't believe it, we couldn't accept that it could happen." The hospital records show that the baby was born alive but pronounced dead at 11am as it was unable to breath. Many efforts were made by a team of hospital staff to revive the baby. A death certificate was issued by Dr. Aurelio Filipak in the Lincoln Graca hospital. The mother is Jennifer da Silva Gomes, age 22, and the father Cleverson Carlos Gomes, age 26, expressed their joy after seeing the baby. "'Then we saw that she was breathing. We hugged each other and started to shout, 'she's alive, she's alive'. It was a miracle." It was the Nurse Ana Claudia Oliveira who asked to place the baby in the Church; she washed and dressed the baby who had already turned blue. The doctor Filipak is quoted as saying, "'In 20 years of medicine, I have never witnessed anything like this.' (File/Image share g1 globo basil/Daily Mail)

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