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Video: 3-year-old girl 'wakes' at her own funeral

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An incredible video apparently shows a 3-year-old girl, who was declared dead, waking up before her funeral service at a Philippine church.

The video went viral and police confirmed the incident to the Philippine Star but a health official says the girl was dead and had not come to life, contrary to the belief of the family, according to a new report.

The video appears to show the girl being prepared for her funeral. Moments later, she supposedly stars breathing and is taken out of the coffin by her father.

“The attending clinic personnel and physician confirmed that the young patient had no more pulse and was clinically dead last Saturday morning about 9 a.m.,” Teelan told the paper. The girl had suffered with a fever for days.

The family started to prepare her for her funeral service and went to the church where a priest administered last rites.

Based on reports, a mourner who opened the coffin and saw the girl’s head move. The girl was reportedly immediately given water and taken to a clinic for a check-up and taken home.

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