Declared dead after a vehicle accident‚ a Gauteng woman was discovered alive inside a mortuary fridge by forensic officers.
Naturally, shock and horror set in once the technicians at the morgue saw the woman very much alive in the mortuary fridge.
The patient was immediately transferred to Leratong Hospital in Krugersdorp after she was found breathing, where she is now being treated.
Gerrit Bradnick, operations manager of Distress Alert, an ambulance service, said paramedics determined the woman was dead.
"Paramedics are trained to determine death, not us", a source at the Carletonville mortuary told the Sowetan newspaper.
'The crew is absolutely devastated - we're not in the business of declaring living people dead, we're in the business of keeping people alive'.
"We are investigating the case and we will present our findings once it has been concluded".
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Special police teams swung into action and scanning CCTV footage available to ascertain whether any outsider committed the crime. Police said Sunday there were no bullet marks on the bodies of seven women and four men.
Netwerk24 reported that she was still in critical condition in a Gauteng government hospital and that her family had been informed.
"That's all we want [answers] and we don't have any clarity now", one family member told the BBC.
Mr Bradnick told TimesSelect she was one of several people involved in a auto accident which left two others dead on Sunday, 24 June.
Bradnick said there is no proof of negligence by his company.
But other forensic doctors started to hear noises coming from him and realised he was still alive. In 2016, a road-accident victim who was declared dead was found to be breathing the next day, but ended up dying five hours after the discovery.
In 2011, a 50-year-old man woke up inside a morgue and screamed to be let out - at first scaring away attendants, who thought he was a ghost.