A South African women was found alive in a morgue fridge several hours after she was pronounced dead at the scene of a auto crash.
The woman, who had suffered serious head injuries, was rushed to Leratong Hospital in nearby Krugersdorp, where she remains.
"When our ambulance arrived on the scene, we followed all the procedures", Gerrit Bradnick, operations manager at ambulance service Distress Alert, told the German DPA news agency.
The woman, who was not identified, was thought to be mortally wounded when she and others were ejected June 24 after a driver lost control of the auto they were traveling in.
"Thinking about her injuries, how long she lay waiting for the mortuary officials, the trip back to the morgue, then how she would have been undressed, weighed and then put in the fridge... we are just thankful she is alive", he told Times Live.
But when a morgue worker returned to check on the body in the fridge, he found the woman was breathing.
It wouldn't be the first time someone has been declared dead but were actually alive all long.
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But according to the BBC, an investigation has been launched with the family demanding answers.
A member of the woman's family said that they were in shock and that they haven't been given any information. "There is no proof of any negligence by our crew‚" he said.
"The issue is that we need answers, that's all we want and we don't have any clarity now". "Paramedics are trained to determine death, not us", a source at the Carletonville mortuary told the Sowetan newspaper.
Two doctors at the prison believed he had died and the court sent a forensic doctor from the judicial commission to officially declare his death.
Three doctors had certified him dead. Seven years ago, a 50-year-old man woke up screaming in an Eastern Cape morgue.
This is really shocking stuff and we just hope that something will be done to make sure this doesn't happen again.