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Woman wakes up after 27 years out of the coma

the life of 32-year-old Munira Abdulla changed in 1991 abruptly. After you and your brother-in-law had picked up their four year old son Omar from school, they

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Woman wakes up after 27 years out of the coma

the life of 32-year-old Munira Abdulla changed in 1991 abruptly. After you and your brother-in-law had picked up their four year old son Omar from school, they wanted to go home. However, on the way to her vehicle collided with a school bus. Abdulla sat sitting with her son on the back. When she saw the accident coming, she threw herself on the four-year-olds, to protect him. For the mother of the accident had serious consequences: she suffered severe brain injuries and fell into a coma.

for 27 years, she remained in this state now. "I never gave up, because I always had the feeling that one day she would Wake up," says the now 32-year-old son Omar to "The National". In contrast to the Doctors: From the beginning, you doubted that Munira Abdulla would ever awaken again, and you are called according to Omar, a "hopeless case". Over the years, the son visited his mother regularly in the hospital. "I've never regretted it," he says. "For me, it was like Gold, the more time passed, the more valuable it was for me."

for Several years the woman spent in hospitals in the United Arab Emirates. Finally, the woman was transferred to Germany. In the Schön clinic in Bad Aibling, South of Munich, she was being treated now. And in fact, Abdulla began, her surroundings gradually.

One day he woke up when someone called his name, told the son. "You did it. You called my name. I was so happy. Over the years, I've dreamed of this Moment, and my Name was the first word you said."

Now you can tell Abdulla, where you feel pain. In addition, he could have conversations about things with her that interested them, says the son to the Portal. In the meantime, the woman was transferred back to the Emirates. Her son now wants to make another hope: "I share her story to let people know that you should never give up hope for your loved one. You don't think is dead, if you are in such a state."

Created: 25.04.2019, 08:02 PM

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