An 80-year-old man from Haryana, declared dead by doctors, made a dramatic comeback to life thanks to... a pothole. This incident, while highlighting the dangers of India's dilapidated roads, has become a story of hope and a testament to the tenacity of life.
Darshan Singh Brar was reportedly battling heart issues and placed on a ventilator for four days. Upon news of his demise, his family prepared for his final rites, unaware of the dramatic turn awaiting them. As the ambulance carrying Brar's "lifeless" body travelled towards his home, fate intervened. Hitting a pothole, the jolt of the vehicle seemingly brought Brar back from the brink.
His grandson, noticing a movement in his hand and a faint pulse, alerted the ambulance driver. Reaching the nearest hospital, doctors confirmed the unbelievable - Brar was alive!
Though still critical, undergoing treatment for a chest infection, this near-death experience has left the family ecstatic. They hail it as a miracle, celebrating his second chance with the food prepared for the mourning feast.
While Dr. Netrapal from Rawal Hospital remains cautious, stating Brar is in the ICU and breathing with difficulty, the incident raises questions about the initial diagnosis and serves as a cautionary tale about hastily declaring someone dead. Brar's story, a testament to human resilience, offers a ray of hope and reminds us that even in the face of despair, life can surprise us in the most unexpected ways.