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Girl moves at her funeral rites in Vijayawada, shifted to hospital - Etv

Sat, Dec 30, 2017, 08:57 PM
One Sai Durga, who was declared dead, showed signs of life by movement even as her family members were about to conduct her funeral, at Vijayawada. The hopeful relatives shifted her to a private hospital. However, the doctors there refused to admit her and so did two other hospitals. Later, the relatives admitted her in a government hospital, where she is under observation at present. The girl was suffering from dehydration and slipped into coma. But her family was informed that she died. On seeing her movements, they took her to an RMP doctor, who said that her heart was still functioning.
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