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A 91-year-old woman woke up in a funeral home 11 hours after she was pronounced dead A 91-year-old woman woke up in a funeral home 11 hours after she was pronounced dead
POLAND - A 91-year-old Polish woman wasn't quite ready to leave this Earth, despite evidence supporting the contrary. 

A Polish TV station reported this week that a 91-year-old woman was declared dead on November 6, only to wake up 11 hours later in cold storage! 

The woman's family called a doctor to report she had stopped breathing, so the doctor came out to the home to check it out. He told TVN he checked the woman's pulse on her forearm adn carotid artery. He said he listened to her heart, her breathing. He also examined the pupils and there were no reflexes.

"Typical symptoms of death," the doctor said. 

So he signed the death certificate, and the family began planning services. But 11 hours later the funeral home called. Grandma had woken up. In cold storage. She is now home and doing fine. 

Prosecutor's are now trying to determine if the doctor "exposed her to imminent danger of loss of life." 

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