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Topic - Elza Silva
A baby girl who was pronounced dead just after birth and carried into the hospital chapel by a nurse who was too sad to send her to the morgue, made what could be called a most miraculous recovery — she "came back to life," witnesses said.
The grandmother, Elza Silva, said in the report: "At first, I couldn't believe it.