Grateful lady gives chilling account of how nurse saved her dad’s life after he was confirmed dead

Grateful lady gives chilling account of how nurse saved her dad’s life after he was confirmed dead

A grateful lady with Twitter handle, Mahalia, has given a heart-warming account of how a nurse saved her father’s life at the hospital despite being confirmed dead by other nurses.

Mahalia details that her dad was pronounced dead at 4 am before she arrived at the hospital to attend to him.

She further disclosed that upon arrival, some nurses were rotating while others were giving him CPR to revive him.

Mahalia notes that, while one nurse was working on her dad, another nurse told her to let go and move to another person but she refused until she brought the man back to life.

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''My dad was dead when i got to the hospital at 4 AM. Nurses were rotating giving him CPR. One nurse named Heidi was working on him when i came into the room. The other nurses told her to let go and move for the next person. She didn’t. She’s why my dad is alive right now,'' Mahalia wrote on Twitter.

She continued: ''If she saw the look on my face and/or my sister’s but Heidi wasn’t giving up. She gotta be 5’ & 100 lbs at most. She kept my dad here.''

In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported that in a heart-warming moment, popular Ghanaian Vlogger, Wode Maya, surprised his mother with a brand new car as Christmas gift.

The controversial Ghanaian vlogger decided to go beyond expressing mere words to his mother by gifting her a new car. A video of the surprise gift to his mum was posted on his Youtube channel which has nearly 298k subscribers.

In the video, Wode Maya, took his followers back to Ahekofi, his native town where he was born and grew up.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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