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    Dad Says Goodbye After A Storm Kills His Son… But The Story Isn’t Finished!

    Hazleton, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. A 25 year-old is found dead by paramedics. He was in a snowbank, frozen solid for what appeared to be, as one medic said, ‘a considerable amount of time’. Justin Smith had attempted to walk home in a snowstorm and had woefully underestimated the outside temperatures and conditions.

    His frantic and upset father Don Smith was called, along with a coroner. Justin was dead, a sheet was pulled over his head and his dad wept. All that was left was for a medical profession from the hospital to officially declare the death.  Dr. Gerald Coleman was given the task. But he wanted to check something. Maybe Justin wasn’t definitely finished… And he wasn’t. Dr. Coleman effectively brought him back to life…

    “We may have witnessed a game changer in modern medicine; medicine moves forward in extraordinary cases,” Dr. Coleman said. “His survival is a paradigm change in how we resuscitate and how we treat people that suffer from hypothermia.”

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