Most hospitals have protocols that require patients who are pronounced dead to be held in casualty ward for a two-hour ‘cooling off’ period in case there is a chance of revival. Or patients must be fully checked first by doctors to be rightfully declared “dead.” But contrary to those protocols, a 49-year-old Russian woman was presumed dead by a doctor and suddenly wakes up on her funeral only to die again.
The tragedy started when Fagilyu collapsed at home suffering from chest pains.
Her husband, Fagili Mukhametzyanov, immediately rushed her to a doctor near their home in Kazan City, Russia.
Unfortunately, the doctor assumed that the wife had experienced a heart attack and pronounced her dead without any thorough examination.
Grieving on his wife’s passing, Mr. Mukhametzyanov decided not to have his wife embalmed since there are no requirements for embalming in Russia if the remains are to be buried locally.
However, during her wake, while her family members were saying their final goodbye, Fagilyu suddenly woke up!
Mrs. Mukhametzyanov sat up at her coffin and saw people crying and praying for her soul. When she realized she was about to be buried alive, she screamed and suffered a heart attack and died once again!
The body of Fagilyu lies wrapped in a carpet after she died for the ‘second’ time at her own funeral.
Her husband said: “Her eyes fluttered and we immediately rushed her back to the hospital but she only lived for another 12 minutes in intensive care before she died again, this time for good.”
Doctors confirmed that Mrs. Mukhametzyanov died from heart attack and this time it is for real.
Fagili who said; “I am very angry and want answers. She wasn’t dead when they said she was and they could have saved her” thought of suing the first doctor who mistakenly declared his wife dead. However, there is no update if he did sue the doctor.
The sad and unfortunate story of Mr & Mrs. Mukhametzyanov happened in 2011. Even though several years had already passed, their story became so popular that people continue to discuss it again and again. –Via: Elite Readers