The family members of the teenager were told about the accident of the 18 year old boy who was confirmed to be brain dead for 4 days.
After being admitted in a hospital in England, the teenager had already spent 4 days in the sick bed. His life support machine was to be turned off and his relatives agreed for his organs to be donated to help save other lives.
Fortunately, after preparing the surgery to remove the organs in the teenagers body, it was noticed that he began to breathe hours even before the time of the surgery.
Chloe Roberts who has been organising funds for Lewis Roberts said this after the miraculous incident;
"The doctor told us that Lewis suffered a brain stem death and sadly passed away. After saying our goodbyes to Lewis, close family bravely agreed for his organs to be donated to help the lives of other people".
"Few hours after our goodbyes, the doctor decided to turn off the life machine. Just hours before Lewis' surgery, he began to breathe alone on his own. A miracle any family could hope for after being told he had no chance of surviving".
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