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Baby born in coffin after mother's death

26 November 2014, 22:55

Lagos - A dead pregnant woman from Canada gave birth 23 hours after she was confirmed dead in her coffin, Naij reported.


The woman had bumped into a tree and suffered serious head and chest injuries. She was confirmed dead later in hospital.

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Doctors had tried to revive her and the baby but were not responding. She was placed in a morgue for 17 hours.

As the cemetery workers were lowering the coffin something strange happened. They had heard a baby crying and immediately called the ambulance.

The baby girl was born four weeks premature and was kept in an incubator.

She has been called the miracle baby by doctors.

For more on this story visit Naij

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