A woman who was declared dead by her doctor in east-central Paraguay has miraculously come back to life at a funeral home as she was being prepared by burial. According to a Paraguay National Police report, the year-old woman was admitted to the hospital at am local time and was checked by Dr. Heriberto Vera. Sandra Duarte slammed Dr. But they disconnected her and passed her off to the funeral home.
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Funeral home workers noticed the year-old was still alive while she was lying in the morgue, reports Paraguayan newspaper ABC Color. Gladys - a cancer patient - was taken to the San Fernando clinic at 9. Undertakers from the Duarte e Hijos funeral home then came and collected what they presumed to be a corpse. And once they returned to the parlour, they realised Gladys was actually still alive, according to a police report. Gladys is now undergoing treatment in intensive care in a hospital after first being taken from the morgue to the Institute of Social Security.
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A horrified mum has woken up to find herself in a body bag after medics mistakenly pronounced her dead. Photo: The Mirror. Two hours later, a physician, Heriberto Vera, mistakenly declared the year-old woman dead and handed a death certificate to her husband and daughter. New York Post reported shocked funeral workers in Paraguay had been getting ready to prepare Duarte's body for service when she began moving. Her husband, Maximino Duarte Ferreira, has reportedly filed a complaint against the doctor.
A scene straight out of a zombie movie happened in Paraguay after a mother miraculously sprang back to life in a body bag after she was pronounced dead by doctors earlier that day. The woman, Gladys Rodriguez de Duarte suffers from ovarian cancer. She had been admitted to San Fernando Clinic in Coronel Oviedo on April 18 after experiencing a severe spike in blood pressure, according to the reports of the local newspaper ABC Color.