Prince Al Waleed bin Khaled bin Talal also known as the ‘sleeping prince’ has been in a coma for more than 15 years.
The Sleeping Prince, fell into a coma after a car accident in 2005.
Saudi princess Rima Bint Talal, on Tuesday shared a video of her nephew and wrote, “My beloved, may God protect you, heal you, and restore you.”
In a video clip uploaded by princess Rima shows Prince Al Waleed plugged into a life-support machine, covered with a Saudi green flag with the words “Our Country is in Our Hearts”.
Coma is a state of consciousness that is similar to deep sleep, except no amount of external stimuli (lsuch as sounds or sensations can prompt the brain to become awake and alert. A coma is a medical emergency.
The wide range of causes includes head injury, stroke, cardiac arrest, hypoglycaemia, hyperglycaemia, hypothermia, drug overdose, and kidney or liver failure.
A person in a persistent vegetative state has damage to the areas of the brain responsible for consciousness, self-awareness and personality.
prince Al Waleed bin Khaled bin Talal who's 31 years now weds studying in London and was a successful business young man with ambitions before his car accident occurred that has kept him in the coma for almost 16 years.
If you want prince Al Waleed bin Khaled bin Talal to wake up from his dead please say some prayers for him as he continues to fight for his dear life.
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