A baby girl who was pronounced dead just after birth and carried into the hospital chapel by a nurse who was too sad to send her to the morgue, made what could be called a most miraculous recovery — she “came back to life,” witnesses said.
A nurse had put the body of baby Yasmin Gome, born in Brazil, in a small box and left it on the altar in the chapel, The Sun reported. The baby’s grandmother and a mortician came to retrieve the body about three hours later, but they got the shock of their lives when the baby suddenly kicked her leg and opened her eyes, The Sun said.
The grandmother, Elza Silva, said in the report: “At first, I couldn’t believe it. We couldn’t accept that it could happen. 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.”
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