Tuesday, 9 February 2016


Chinese baby boy who was declared dead and
spent the night in a morgue showed signs of life
just as he was about to be cremated, local TV
Workers at the crematorium in Pan’an in the
eastern province of Zhejiang were preparing to
cremate the baby on Friday when he suddenly
starting moaning, provincial television reported.
The boy had been declared dead the day before
and had spent 15 hours in the morgue at a
temperature of about -12 degrees Celsius (10.4 F).
After finding the child alive, the crematorium
notified his father and the baby was taken to a
hospital intensive care unit.
“It’s the first time I’ve seen this. It’s a true
miracle,” said a doctor at the Pan’an hospital
where the infant was born prematurely in January.
The child spent 23 days in an incubator and was
then taken home by his father, who wanted him
there for the start of the Lunar New Year which
began Monday.
But the baby’s condition worsened a few days
after returning home. He was declared dead on
February 4 after a doctor decided his heart had
stopped beating.
Before the baby was sent to the morgue, his father
had wrapped him in two layers of clothing and a
thick bag which may have saved his life.
However, doctors are cautious about his chances
of recovery.


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