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Is this real life?? Because this sounds more like something we'd see in an episode of Grey's Anatomy!
37-year-old Ohio resident Tony Yahle was pronounced dead earlier this month after his heart stopped beating for 45 minutes for unknown reasons.
However, as nurses prepared to show his body to his family, the unthinkable happened: He started showing signs of life!
Doctors are still puzzled by the medical mystery, particularly cardiologist Dr. Raja Nazir, who said:
"In the last 20 years, I've never seen anybody who we have pronounced dead … and then for him to come back, I've never seen it. Actually, I've never heard of it."
Yeah, us neither!!
Tony's family is also still in shock by the miracle, and his 18-year-old son Lawrence Yahle spoke out about the incident:
"I pointed at him and said, 'Dad, you're not going to die today.' I stood there for a few more seconds. I was about to walk back to comfort the family, and that's when he started showing signs of a heartbeat."
Wow! We're not exactly sure how Tony managed to cheat death, but he and his family are VERY lucky that he somehow managed to survive to ordeal!
Tony attributes his faith to the medical miracle, and it definitely sounds like he might have somebody upstairs on his side!
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