Mother's Day Miracle As Clinically Dead Daughter Comes Back To Life
For one mother, it was a miracle just in time for Mother's Day when her daughter was declared clinically dead, but came back to life. INSIDE EDITION has the story.
It was a miracle just in time for Mother's Day. Debbie Biggles was dead for nearly half-an-hour after a heart attack. Today, she's sitting up in her hospital bed smiling.
E.R. Dr. Kurt Solem said she was clinically dead for 26 minutes and Debbie’s family was told there was little hope.
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Dr. Solem told INSIDE EDITION, "It is truly a miracle. I have never seen anything like it before."
Debbie, a dog groomer in a pet store in Scottsdale, Arizona, was at work when she collapsed.
She told INSIDE EDITION, "I put the dog in the tub and the next thing I remember was waking up in this room."
Co-worker Chelsea Loucks gave her CPR using the Bee-Gees hit “Stayin’ Alive” to keep the right rhythm.
"She is my angel. She will always be part of my life," said Debbie
Today, Debbie’s mom is supremely thankful that her daughter has, by some miracle, come back from the brink.
Her mother said, "This is the very best Mother's Day gift I could ever have or ever will. My daughter."
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