Argentinian Baby Found Alive In Morgue
Buenos Aires, Argentina (WIBX) - A mom looking for closure discovered what she is calling a "miracle" instead.
29-Year old Analia Bouter reportedly fell to her knees when her husband opened a coffin, presumably holding the body of her daughter, so that she could say "goodbye." Instead the baby girl, pronounced dead just twelve hours earlier, stretched and cried out to her mom and dad.
Rafael Sabatinelli, Argentina's Undersecretary of Health for the Chaco province where the baby was born, says that his office has opened an investigation. Five doctors at Perrando Hospital have been suspended for declaring the baby stillborn.
The child was named Luz Milagros, which means "Light Miracle."