Last week, Analia Bouter delivered her fifth child, a baby girl at a hospital located in the town of Chaco in northern Argentina. The baby was pronounced stillborn at 10:24 AM.
The claims by the hospital could not be verified by Analia Bouter or the baby's father Fabian Veron. "At the time of birth I don't remember much because I was put to sleep," Boutner said in an interview.
Immediately after the birth of the child, she was declared dead and taken directly to the morgue. Bouter and her husband, Veron, went to the morgue later that day to bid farewell to their baby. When they arrived at the morgue, they found the tiny casket nailed shut sitting on top of a stretcher.
Veron grabbed a bar and pried open the casket. Both parents took a deep breath and slowly pulled down the blanket covering their baby girl's body. As soon as Bouter pulled the blanket over the baby's head, the baby began to cry. Bouton jumped back in disbelief and thought she was imagining the child alive. Immediately after the baby began crying, the morgue worker grabbed the baby and took her to be checked out.
As of Tuesday, the baby girl, named Luz Milagros, translated as Miracle's Light in English, remains in stable condition. The hospital is now under investigation regarding this incident.