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Indian Man Declared Dead Found Alive In The Mortuary After 7 Hours In The Freezer

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Indian Man Declared Dead Found Alive In The Mortuary After 7 Hours In The Freezer

A 40-year-old India man identified as Sreekesh Kumar was found alive in a mortuary freezer after being wrongly declared dead by indian doctors.

The faked deceased was seriously injured by a speeding motorcycle, and due to his body situation at that time they said he was dead so was taken to the mortuary kept in the freezer for 7 hours before he was noticed alive.

The workers in the mortuary were shocked as they thought it was a ghost, they called on the police to identify the body and prepare an autopsy with his family. 

Reports came to us that Kumar is an electrician. After he was involved in the accident on the 18th of November, his family quickly rushed him to hospital in the Indian city of Morabadad, Uttar Pradesh.

However declared dead shortly after the body arrived, but when police came to the mortuary with the family the following morning, they were shocked and observed that Mr Kumar's body is still moving.


Mr Kuma’s sister-in-law Madhu Bala who observed shouted;

"He’s not dead, in fact far from it. How did this happen? Look, he wants to say something, he is breathing."

Moradabad’s chief medical superintendent, Dr Shiv Singh, described the incident as the "rarest of rare cases".

Indian Man Declared Dead Found Alive In The Mortuary After 7 Hours In The Freezer


Dr Shiv Singh told the Times of India: "The emergency medical officer had seen the patient at around 3am and there was no heartbeat. He told me he had examined the man multiple times.

Therefore he was declared dead. In the morning, a police team and his family found him alive.

Rajendra Kumar, the hospital’s medical superintendent described the situation as "nothing short of a miracle."

After the shocking discovery, Mr Kumar was taken back to hospital and was put on a ventilator as he remained in a coma.

Unfortunately, he eventually died on Tuesday, Nov. 23, as doctors were reportedly unable to operate on him because of a bleeding disorder.

Mr Kumar’s family said he had a clot in his brain and have since vowed to take legal action against all those responsible for his death. 

Dr Singh said the district’s health department is now investigating the matter.


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