A 37-year-old woman from Brazil was buried alive for 11 days after being mistakenly pronounced dead in the hospital in January 28th. What?!
Rosangela Almeida dos Santos was declared dead from a septic shock when she had two cardiac arrests. The family decided that they would bury Rosangela on January 29th; however, a day after she was buried, people leaving near her tomb could hear banging and screaming.
“When I got there right in front of the tomb, I heard banging fron inside it. I thought the kids who play around the cemetery were playing a joke on me, then I hear her groan twice, and after those two groans she stopped,” a resident said in an interview.
The family and residents near the cemetery immediately tried to open the coffin 11 days after she was buried in a concrete tomb, however, it was already too late, she’s already dead and this time, it’s for real.
According to the family, her body was still warm and showed signs that she tried to escape from her coffin. The cotton wool that was placed on her nose and ears was already removed. There were also some cuts on her fingers and forehead.
According to some reports, Rosangela’s family believe that she was mistakenly pronounced dead. A spokesperson from the hospital ensured the family that they would be providing all the information needed and will cooperate in the investigation.
We’re deeply saddened by what had happened to Rosangela who should be living until now, we extend our condolences to the family she’d left behind.
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