You Can’t Be Serious:‘Stillborn’ Argentine baby found alive in morgue – 12 hours after being pronounced dead
When six-months pregnant Analia Bouter gave birth at a hospital in Resistencia on April 3, staff told her the baby was stillborn and showed no signs of life, the BBC reported, citing local media.
Twelve hours later, Bouter and her husband took a trip to the morgue to see their daughter’s body.
“That night I went with my husband to where the coffin was and he opened it up,” she told reporters.
“Immediately I heard her cry.”
Fabian Veron, the baby’s father, told reporters outside the hospital, “It was like she was waking up. Then the morgue lady picked her up.”
The baby girl was alive, breathing and reported to be in good health