Anorak News | Dead Women Returns To Lift In Divine Miscommunication

Dead Women Returns To Lift In Divine Miscommunication

by | 22nd, October 2010

WHEN Lydie Paillard was pronounced “very certainly clinically dead” at the Bordeaux Rive Droite private hospital, there was much anguish and pain. But her sons refused to turn off her life-support system.

She was transferred to the town’s university hospital. And it there she retuned to life. Says Yves Noel, of the first hospital:

“It’s a kind of miracle.”

Or a misdiagnosis? If a doctor can’t tell if a body is dead or alive you might suppose he was at fault.

Says Mrs Paillard:

“All I remember is that I felt unwell after receiving an injection to prevent me vomiting… My sons, whom I saw yesterday, explained to me that the hospital wanted to turn off the life support system because it was over and as they refused, I was taken to the university hospital. I haven’t really realised what’s happened but I think my three sons are the most shocked.”

The hospital’s management are ready to discuss the “communication problem“.

Take your lawyers…

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