Daniel Alhassan Azuure, a mortuary attendant at the Bolgatanga hospital has narrated how he saved the life of a 9-year-old young boy after he was announced dead.
In an interview with Alhassan Azuure on Dreams Fm hosted by Stanley Abopam, he said one day when he was on duty, he was called by the nurses working in the children ward to come and pick up a dead body and deposit at the mortuary.
He went and conveyed the 9-year-old boy on the trolley. Whiles he was on his way to deposit him, he heard the boy sneeze and cough at almost the same time. He then stopped and carried up the boy on his shoulders and started walking back to children ward.
"When he sneezed and coughed, I immediately stopped and carried him gently onto my shoulder and took him back to the ward,'' Azaare told dreamzfmonline.com.
He disclosed that the nurses started asking him why he was returning to the children's ward with the boy's body but he went straight to the bed and laid him there. He told the nurses who were completely surprised by his action that the boy is not dead so they should check him again. After their intervention, the boy was still alive. They attended to him for more treatment and subsequently, he gained full recovery and was discharged.
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