She was found with a cardiac arrest at home and were unable to resuscitate her, so they declared her dead
A 20-year-old woman, who was pronounced dead in Michigan, has “resurrected.” In dialogue with local media, workers at the funeral home explained that they received a call to remove the body of a deceased person, but when they took her to the property they noticed that she was breathing.
Incredible at least is the story of this young American living in Southfield, in the state of Michigan. The woman was found lying on the ground, with cardiac arrest, last Sunday at her home after relatives alerted the authorities that she was not responding to their calls.
Firefighters and paramedics maintain in a statement that they found the young woman on Sunday at 7:34 am, of whom no further details have been given to protect her privacy, without breathing. Despite attempting cardiorespiratory resuscitation and other resuscitation methods for 30 minutes, they failed to regain signs of life.
They saw her, supposedly, move
However, the funeral home workers noticed that the woman was alive, and immediately contacted the authorities, but firefighters claimed this was due to side effects of the medication she was given.
Later, she was transported to the James H. Cole Funeral Home in Detroit between 11:30 a.m. and 12:00 a.m. Sunday, where funeral home employees discovered that she was still breathing and had very low pulsations.
“After receiving clearance from the Oakland County Coroner’s Office, she was transported to our funeral home. Upon arrival, our staff confirmed that she was breathing and called emergency services,” the funeral home explained in a statement, adding that she was transferred to the hospital where she is recovering with unknown prognosis.