A woman pronounced dead in a road accident near Johannesburg was discovered to be alive by a mortuary worker who pulled her body out of a fridge.
Naturally, shock and horror set in once the technicians at the morgue saw the woman very much alive in the mortuary fridge.
A South African woman who had earlier been declared dead was found alive in a mortuary fridge.
She is now being treated at a hospital.
Speaking to Cape Talk host Sara-Jayne King, operations manager of ambulance service Distress Alert Gerrick Bradnick, says at this stage, it would seem that the paramedics followed the required procedure.
A source at the morgue told the Sowetan newspaper: 'Paramedics are trained to determine death, not us.
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The woman's family has been contacted, he said, but due to patient confidentiality neither the victim nor her family will grant interviews.
She was then taken to a hospital east of Johannesburg last week. "The injuries, especially to her head, were so bad you could not work out her age or size", said Bradnick.
"The issue is that we need answers, that's all we want and we don't have any clarity now", a family member told the BBC.
The woman, who hasn't been named, was pronounced dead by Distress Alert ambulance service in a vehicle accident that killed two others.
In January an inmate at a jail in Spain's Asturias region regained consciousness hours before an autopsy was due to be performed. Seven years ago, a 50-year-old man woke up screaming after spending almost 24 hours in an Eastern Cape morgue.
In 2016, medics declared a road accident victim in KwaZulu Natal dead.