American women died two months after being sent to a funeral home

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 American women died two months after being sent to a funeral home


Timsha Beauchamp died in a Detroit hospital on the 18th, Jeffrey Figg, a lawyer representing the womens family, said at a news conference, NBC reported. Beechams family said in a statement on the 19th that they were shocked by her death. This is the second time our beloved bicham has been declared dead, but this time she will not come back..

Beechams family has filed a federal lawsuit against four emergency workers for $50 million. Beechams death was due to severe brain damage when medical staff mistakenly declared her dead and did not provide her with much-needed oxygen, figuer said. Instead, she was taken to the funeral home, where the staff found her eyes open and she was alive.

South field fire chief Johnny mayneffe said the city was investigating the case. In an interview in August, he said Beecham may have been found alive due to Lazarus syndrome.. This syndrome refers to people who have recovered their lives without help after rescue failure.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }On August 23, Beecham had severe respiratory problems, and Beechams family called 911. Emergency medical technicians and paramedics arrived at the scene. An emergency worker reported by phone that Beecham had been in a coma for 30 minutes with no sign of life. A doctor who did not arrive at the scene declared him dead. Beecham was then sent to the local funeral home, where a funeral staff member found her still breathing when she was ready to be embalmed. By this time, she had been placed in the body bag for at least two hours. Mortuary staff made an emergency call and Beecham was taken to hospital an hour later. Since then, she has been in critical condition in the hospital. Beecham had cerebral palsy. This article is a copyright work. It is forbidden to reprint without authorization. Overseas vision, Chinas position, visit the official website of overseas edition of peoples Daily - overseas website www.haiwainet.cn Or Haike client, one step ahead to obtain authoritative information.

On August 23, Beecham had severe respiratory problems and his family called 911. Emergency medical technicians and paramedics arrived at the scene. An emergency worker reported by phone that Beecham had been in a coma for 30 minutes with no sign of life. A doctor who did not arrive at the scene declared him dead. Beecham was then sent to the local funeral home, where a funeral staff member found her still breathing when she was ready to be embalmed. By this time, she had been placed in the body bag for at least two hours. Mortuary staff made an emergency call and Beecham was taken to hospital an hour later. Since then, she has been in critical condition in the hospital. Beecham had cerebral palsy. (Li Fang)

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