Little Boy Declared “Brain Dead” by Doctors After Falling Into River Wakes Up: “Medical Miracle”

Little Boy Declared “Brain Dead” by Doctors After Falling Into River Wakes Up: “Medical Miracle”

  • A little boy who doctors had written off has pulled a medical miracle after regaining consciousness
  • Three-year-old Levi Wright had been declared brain-dead after he fell into a river while playing with his tractor
  • Medics told his parents to say their final goodbyes after efforts to revive him failed

PAY ATTENTION: Let yourself be inspired by real people who go beyond the ordinary! Subscribe and watch our new shows on Briefly TV Life now!

A three-year-old boy has shocked his parents and doctors after waking up in what can be described as a medical miracle.

Levi Wright in hospital with his mother and before he got into the accident.
Levi is undergoing treatment and still in hospital. Photos: KSL 5 TV.
Source: UGC

Doctors had declared Levi Wright brain dead after he fell into a river in Beaver County, Utah while playing on his toy tractor.

How was Levi rescued from the river?

KSL 5 TV reports that Levi's mother, Kallie, jumped into the river and rescued him a mile downstream from where he'd last been seen.

Read also

Unemployed doctor cries out in video: "The grass here is dry"

PAY ATTENTION: Briefly News is now on YouTube! Check out our interviews on Briefly TV Life now!

According to a 911 report from the incident, the youngster disappeared beneath the surface amid strong currents. Emergency services rushed to the scene and joined the frantic search before Levi's mum ultimately dove into the fast-flowing river.

Paramedics administered life-saving treatment as Levi was rushed to the hospital, where medics managed to restore his heartbeat.

Levi's medical miracle

Despite efforts to revive him, the poor lad did not regain consciousness, prompting the doctors to inform his parents to say their final goodbyes.

However, Levi shocked everyone when he regained consciousness in a stunning turn of events.

"I am shaking; we don't know much, but the doctor said it was okay for me to get excited about that, and I am! My baby is so tough!" the excited mother wrote on Facebook.

Read also

Cassie breaks silence as video of Diddy assaulting her at hotel leaks: "It broke me"

Doctors and social media users following the case branded the recovery a "miracle".

See the post below:

Passenger safely lands plane after pilot had fatal medical emergency mid-air

Meanwhile, Briefly News reported that a passenger helped land their private plane after its pilot experienced a medical emergency in the air. The pilot, who later died, has since been identified as Duke University professor Joseph Izatt.

In a statement, his school dean described Izatt as an exceptionally thoughtful leader who carefully weighed every decision.

Source: TUKO.co.ke

Authors:
Rebone Lesejane avatar

Rebone Lesejane (Editor) Rebone has experience in news bulletin reading, writing, content writing and editing. She did news bulletin reading and writing during her volunteering days at Pukfm and worked as a journalist intern and then as a freelance journalist for Newskoop. She wrote and edited entertainment, arts, culture and leisure content for What’s On In Joburg. Rebone passed the Google News Initiative training. You can contact her at rebone.lesejane@briefly.co.za

Tags:
Online view pixel