By Mikey Mathieson • 25 October 2020 • 12:32
A disabled girl was found alive after medics pronounced her dead claims family.
A family of a disabled woman has spoken out after she was found alive when she was taken to a funeral parlor after being pronounced dead.
Timesha, Beauchamp, 20, who had cerebral palsy, died on Sunday 18 October 2 months after the horrific incident. The family said in a statement,“This is the second time our beloved Timesha has been pronounced dead, but this time she isn’t coming back”
Beauchamp was suffering from breathing problems on, August 23, the family called the emergency services but she was declared dead by the time they arrived. She was taken to a funeral parlor in a body bag. It was only when the undertakers started embalming her they realised she was still breathing, reporting the seen her chest moving.
The family has now filed a lawsuit suing the city of Michigan for and the four medical professionals involved for 50 million dollars.
Geofrey, the family´s lawyer said that the incident shouldn’t have happened and the girl died of massive brain damage after being removed from the oxygen. He said,” Instead, she was sent to a funeral home which then discovered that her eyes were open and that she was alive.” She was left for hours without oxygen that resulted in her being brain dead. He went on to say “. ‘All of this could have been avoided, had more care been taken.”
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