Baby pronounced dead 'comes back to life'

A Brazilian baby in the city of Londrina who was pronounced dead kicked out one of her legs and opened her eyes just minutes before she was taken away to a morgue.

The baby girl Yasmin Gomes was born to mother Jenifer da Silva Gomes, 22 and father Cleverson Carlos Gomes, 26.

Doctors were trying in vain to revive her  after her birth but to no avail and they declared her dead at 11 a.m. She was  issued with a death certificate.

The baby was then laid in the hospital chapel before sending her to the morgue.

Three hours later her grandmother with morgue staff arrived to pick her up and found the new born to kick out a leg and opened her eyes.


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