Man ‘wakes from dead’ when his leg is sliced open in the morgue

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    Shock in Kapkatet hospital as man wakes up in mortuary as morgue attendant prepared to embalm his body in Kenya

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    Peter Kigen, 32, was presumed dead on Tuesday after he collapsed in your home in Kenya (Picture: Citizen TELEVISION)

    A Kenyan guy who was stated dead by physicians awakened 3 hours later on while employees prepared his body in a morgue.

    Local media reported how Peter Kigen, 32, was presumed dead on Tuesday after he collapsed in your home.

    He was hurried to Kapkatet Hospital in Kericho county by his household after struggling with a stomach disorder.

    His more youthful bro informed the Standard paper a nurse revealed the client had actually passed away prior to they came to the casualty department.

    Denis Langat, Mr Kigen’s uncle, informed regional channel Citizen TELEVISION how personnel obviously ‘casually checked’ on the client prior to pronouncing him ‘dead’.

    Mr Kigen was right away moved to the healthcare facility mortuary where he was prepared to be embalmed by morgue attendants.

    As part of the procedure of maintaining the body, among the employees supposedly made a cut on the guy’s ideal leg to instill chemicals.

    But Mr Kigen unexpectedly restored awareness and started to wail in discomfort.

    Shock in Kapkatet hospital as man wakes up in mortuary as morgue attendant prepared to embalm his body in Kenya

    He was hurried to Kapkatet Hospital in Kericho county by his household after struggling with a stomach disorder (Picture: Citizen TELEVISION)

    The personnel fled as they believed the ‘dead’ guy had ‘been resurrected’.

    He was then reminded the healthcare facility’s casualty department and got emergency treatment for his injury.

    While being dealt with at the ward, Mr Kigen informed reporters that he was ‘happy to be alive’ and swore to ‘dedicate his life to evangelism’.

    His household is now implicating the regional healthcare facility of neglect. 

    But regional media reported healthcare facility authorities and the county’s health department have actually not yet talked about the matter.

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