A woman who was declared dead in America came back to life during the last rites at home.
According to foreign media reports, the last rites of a 66-year-old woman who was declared dead in a house in the American state of Louva were in progress when the woman started breathing.
The woman was pronounced dead by Glen Oaks Alzheimer’s Special Care Center in Lowa.
According to media reports, a fine of 10,000 dollars has also been imposed on the special care center that declared the woman dead, who was declared dead by the special care center on January 3.
According to Luwa’s Department of Inspection and Appeals, the victim was suffering from dementia, anxiety and mental stress, but the Special Care Center declared the woman dead and sealed her in a plastic bag and sent her to the morgue.
The woman was shifted from the mortuary back to the hospital where she died on January 5.
During the investigation, an employee of the special care center said that on January 3, the woman was not breathing at all and her pulse was not moving, so at that time it was reported to a nurse.
According to the report, the 60-year-old woman remained under the nurse’s care for the whole night and the nurse also claimed that she did not notice any movement in the woman’s pulse the whole night, after which the care center declared the woman dead and exhumed the body. Put it in a bag and sent it to the morgue.