1. Miracle! Declared dead by doctors in 3 hospitals, Haryana woman wakes up to life

Miracle! Declared dead by doctors in 3 hospitals, Haryana woman wakes up to life

For the family of a 60-year-old woman in Haryana's Fatehabad, it was one such day of miracle on Monday when she came back to life after being declared dead by doctors at three hospitals in two districts.

By: | Published: November 23, 2016 2:08 PM
haryana, fatehabad, woman, haryana miracle, dead woman become alive, dead woman alive, haryana woman, haryana news, fatehabad news, hisar, hisar news, india news, latest news, financial express Kiran Devi (60) of Fatehabad in Haryana was declared dead thrice by doctors but she became alive. (Source: bhaskar.com)

Miracles happen. They happen anywhere. For the family of a 60-year-old woman in Haryana’s Fatehabad, it was one such day of miracle on Monday when she came back to life after being declared dead by doctors at three hospitals in two districts.

The story of the woman was reported by Hindi daily Dainik Bhaskar today. The woman, Kiran Devi, was first admitted to a private hospital in Hisar. The doctors put her on Oxygen and a CT Scan showed two veins in her head were broken. She was declared dead when she stopped breathing after some time.

Relatives of the woman later took her to another private hospital in Hisar. But she was again declared dead. The family members then informed all relatives about the death of the woman. A number of relatives even assembled at night to participate in the last rites of the woman.

However, when the relatives were taking the body from Hisar to Fatehabad, one of them felt some movement in the woman’s hand. The relatives then took the body to the civil hospital in Fatehabad. But the third hospital also declared her dead. Later the relatives took the body to house and put it on a cot and started preparations for the last rites.

However, the moment they removed the oxygen pipe from the woman’s mouth, she started breathing. Everyone was happily shocked as they again admitted her to a private hospital, where she is being treated now, the report said.

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    Hopefool
    Nov 24, 2016 at 12:25 am
    Did the reporter read the CT scan report or talk to any of the doctors? No CT report issued will ever say 'veins in the head are broken'. Did the reporter bother to check any death certificate? Declaration of death requires the hospital to issue a death certificate specifying primary and secondary causes of death in scientific language. The article looks like some unverified rumours flying around have been transliterated into English and printed without edition. Very hard to believe.
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      JoeKidd
      Nov 23, 2016 at 9:01 am
      3 mistakes ???
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