Woman wakes up in a body bag at funeral parlour after mistakenly being declared dead

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This woman was being prepared for a service at a funeral home when she mysteriously came back to life.

Gladys Rodríguez Duarte from Paraguay, who has ovarian cancer, was rushed to the San Fernando clinic in Coronel Oviedo after her blood pressure spiked. Two hours later she was wrongly pronounced dead and her family informed accordingly, Metro reports.

Dr Heriberto Vera, who works at the clinic, told the 46-year-old’s husband, Maximino Duarte Ferreira, and daughter, Sandra Duarte, that she succumbed to her cervical cancer and was sent to a nearby parlour for service preparation.

“He assumed she was dead and handed her naked to me like an animal with her death certificate. He didn’t even revive her,” Maximino recalled.

“We trusted him, that’s why we went there. But they disconnected her and passed her off to the funeral home.”

When Gladys’ “corpse” arrived at the funeral parlour in a body bag, the staff were shocked to see the bag move.

To their surprise, they discovered that she was still alive, Daily Mail reports.

She was immediately rushed to another medical facility for observation and is now in a stable condition. 

Sources: Metro, Daily Mail

 

 

 

 

 

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