Miracle occurs at the least expected time. The real life story of a boy who was declared dead by doctors came back to life might sound strange but it does happen.
After the van crash at leek Staffordshire, the 18 year old boy, Lewis Robberts was declared four days brain dead by his doctors in England. The family of the boy all accepted that the boy's organs should be donated to save others life. This made his life supportive machine to remain at work even while the boy was already dead as it will be used in order to remove the boy's organs. Fortunately for this boy and his family members who were kind enough to donate his organs to others, their kindness became the source of their miracle . After the delay in the removal of the supportive machine, the young boy began breathing again. It was indeed a miracle as no one could believe it happened.
The boy is continuously progressing as he has started moving some part of his body and getting stronger each day. His family thank all for their support and prayers and promised that every money donated for the boy would be kept well until the boy gets home.
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