On March 13, a young man was hit in the head by a van in the English city of Leigh and suffered serious head injuries, and doctors told family he was “brain dead.” However, he wanted to do a process for organ donation, which gave him the identity of life.
According to the British Tabloid Metro, the 18-year-old Louis Roberts family had already agreed to donate his organs to seven people, but while waiting for the process to take place, his sister, Jade Roberts, decided to encourage him to breathe on her own, and when she did, the boy’s own sister As shown in the video posted on Facebook, he responded by breathing.
“It simply came to our notice then. He was officially pronounced dead yesterday. I took Louise’s hand and told her to breathe after counting to 3. When I said ‘1, 2, 3, breathe’, a brown line appeared [no aparelho médico]”Jade explains.
He says doctors explained that it could be a problem with the device, and he firmly believes it could be so, but when he got home, a call came in from the hospital saying his brother was actually breathing.
A week later, he even shared that his brother was able to spend a whole day without using a lung ventilator, but he needed to breathe again through the devices. Despite his progress, Louise’s condition is still deteriorating and the family is trying to raise money through crowd funding to pay for treatment.
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