Woman, 62, turns out to be LIVELY in morgue when workers' bands stick to her foot – only to die from hypothermia after she was rushed to hospital in Russia
- Grandmother appeared to be alive when the worker attached a license plate to her foot
- The 62-year-old has been drinking at a party when she appeared to have died
- A policeman on duty then declared the woman as dead, claiming reports
Will Stewart for MailOnline
A grandmother who turned out to be alive in a mortuary when an employee tied a tag to her foot, died of hypothermia when she was rushed to the hospital.
The 62-year-old, from Amur in Russia, had drunk with relatives at a feast in Vasilyevka when she appeared to have died.
Spectators then called the police who stated that the woman had died, reports say.
The grandmother, of Amur in Russia, had drunk with relatives at a party when she seemed to have died
But when a funeral director was called to take the grandmother to the morgue, a laborer discovered that she was still alive while she affirmed a tag on her foot.
The apparent & # 39; corpse & # 39; has allegedly got moving and "come to life".
The mortuary worker immediately called an ambulance and ambulance spent 40 minutes resuscitating the woman.
She suffered from extreme cold & # 39; according to the head doctor of the Belogorsk hospital Mikhail Danilov.
Mikhail Danilov, head doctor at Belogorsk Hospital, said that paramedics spent 40 minutes resuscitating the woman
The grandmother was then transferred to the intensive care unit and died later on the same day after suffering from hypothermia, the health minister of the region said.
The doctors claim that she had received prompt medical care instead of being taken to the morgue, that she might have survived.
There is now a police investigation into her death.
A health official said the policeman had violated the rules on the spot by not calling an ambulance and instead certifying the woman herself as dead.
& # 39; The police officer has not ordered an ambulance, as required by instructions & # 39 ;, said an official.
"He only confirmed death, called the funeral keeper, and sent the corpse to the morgue without any accompanying documents. & # 39;