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Drama as ‘dead’ woman returns to life in mortuary

Drama as ‘dead’ woman returns to life in mortuary

An investigation is underway after a South African woman who was pronounced dead at the scene of a car crash by an ambulance company, was reportedly found alive inside a mortuary.

According to the BBC, a worker made the discovery after he went to check on the body and noticed the woman was breathing, leaving family members to demand how such a crucial oversight could happen.

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Paramedics pronounced the woman – who has not been identified – dead at the scene of a car crash that killed two others on June 24, with the ambulance company claiming she showed “no form of life,” reports say.

The woman has been transported to a hospital where she is recovering, as a family member told the broadcaster, “The issue is that we need answers, that’s all we want and we don’t have any clarity now”.

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The manager of the ambulance company are insisting that the incident wasn’t a fault of the paramedics being improperly trained and that there was “no proof of any negligence” on the company’s part.


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