In fact, the moment you opened your eyes from a night rest is already a miracle. And if you’re still in doubt about these marvels, here’s another story about a newborn baby declared dead, but 12 hours later was discovered alive at the freezing morgue inside a coffin!
The story happened in Argentina, when Analia Bouter prematurely gave birth at only six months at a hospital in Resistencia northeast Argentina last April 3, 2012…
But the baby was born dead, the neonatal doctors checked her again and still no signs of life.
The staff told Bouter the sad news about her stillborn baby. Confirming the little angel was dead, she was placed inside a coffin within a morgue, where the body was then refrigerated for twelve hours.
For one last time, Analia and her husband Fabian Veron paid a visit to the morgue to see their child before they finally depart.
“She insisted to see the baby for the last time even after she’s already in the coffin,” Fabian said. However, the coffin was nailed shut so Fabian was forced to use a crow bar and took the lid off.
But upon opening the coffin, they were shocked by an unexpected event…
They heard a muffled cry and guess what? The newborn baby miraculously live! She was immediately rushed to a neonatal care where she was maintained in stable condition.
“At that moment, I saw a white cover over the baby. My wife saw the little body first and she touch her little hand, she them uncover her little face that’s when we heard the first cry,” Fabian added.
Analia told Argentina’s Clarin newspaper, “She spent 12 hours in the freezing cold of that morgue. I saw for myself the ice on her body.”
But according the hospital’s director Jose Luis Meirino, the girl’s vital signs may just have disappeared because of hypothermia. That’s why everyone present in the newborn’s delivery thought she was dead.
However surviving the 12 hours on a freezing coffin is indeed a true miracle. The baby girl was later named “Luz Milagros” by her parents which means “Light and Miracle.”
The mother, Analia Bouter, wasn’t looking for someone to blame, she said “The joy of knowing she’s alive is covering every other feeling, I’m a Christian, and I believe this was a miracle of God.”
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