Mar 25, 7:13 AM EDT Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury Business By Charles Poladian @CharlieAllDay 05/15/13 AT 11:31 AM A dead man, in his coffin as mourners were viewing his remains, came back to life at his funeral in Zimbabwe.Brighton Dama Zanthe, 34, started to revive as mourners were viewing his body at the funeral at his home on May 6, reports New Zimbabwe. Zanthe, who had been on life support for two days at Gweru Provincial Hospital following a long illness, was released from the hospital on May 9 and was pronounced dead on May 13.Speaking to a local newspaper, the Chronicle, Zanthe said he had no recollection of his revival. “This issue can be best told by people who came to my house to attend my funeral. I don’t know what happened and I only remember being on a life support system in hospital.” Zanthe said he’s had no ill effects since coming back from the dead and feels fine, notes New … [Read more...] about Dead Man Comes To Life In His Coffin As Mourners Were Paying Their Final Respects At Funeral
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Mar 25, 7:13 AM EDT Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury World By Suman Varandani @suman09 03/25/19 AT 6:58 AM A 48-year-old man who was declared dead miraculously came back to life in the morgue, media reports said Sunday. The incident took place recently in the city of Gloucester in the west of England.According to local reports, Joao Araujo, 48, a postman, was admitted in the intensive care unit at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital after he suffered a cardiac arrest at the wheel while taking his wife to work. Doctors tried for six hours to revive the man but failed and informed his family of his death. However, when nurses were transporting him to the morgue they noticed he was moving — 21 minutes after he was pronounced dead. Tests revealed that Araujo’s heart had started beating again."I say thank you that I am alive, I say thank you that I have a job. I give more value to … [Read more...] about ‘Dead’ Man Comes To Life In Morgue, Doctors Call Recovery A ‘Miracle’
13 railroads fined maximum penalty for stalled implementation Mark Alert, chief national investigative correspondent, WISN Published 1:01 pm PST, Monday, February 4, 2019 National Transportation Safety Board 2019 speaks on Feb. 4, 2019. The National Transportation Safety Board on Monday added a "life-saving" rail technology to its 'Most Wanted' list of safety improvements for 2019-2020, bemoaning the lack of progress in nationwide implementation more than a decade after Congress first mandated it. less National Transportation Safety Board 2019 speaks on Feb. 4, 2019. The National Transportation Safety Board on Monday added a "life-saving" rail technology to its 'Most Wanted' list of safety improvements for ... more Photo: WISN Photo: WISN Image 1 of / 10 Caption Close Image … [Read more...] about Delayed ‘life-saving’ rail technology added to NTSB ‘most wanted’
Produced by Lourdes Aguiar Betty Jones and her friend Kathryn Crigler were brutally attacked on Labor Day in 1990 after answering a knock on the door at Crigler's Starkville, Miss., home. Jones, who opened the door, was stabbed immediately and died. Crigler, who was in a wheelchair, was in the rear of the home. The killer walked back to Crigler's room, raped her, strangled her and left her for dead. Crigler was able to crawl to a phone and call for help. She died two months later. Starkville detective Bill Lott says the crime scene "was as bad as anything Jack the Ripper ever did." "It's frustrating," Lott told "48 Hours" correspondent Richard Schlesinger this past summer of not yet having solved the crime. "Yeah, it's frustrating, no doubt about it." The case, which was unsolved for three decades, prompted Betty Jones' step-grandson, Jason B. Jones, to spotlight the case in a podcast. Jones, who was 10 at the time of the murders, launched his podcast in September 2017 as a way to … [Read more...] about Podcast spotlights Mississippi double murder – can new DNA technology solve the cold case?
Viet Nam News ASEAN has so far a total of 38 World Heritage sites which have contributed significantly to tourism development of each country and offered socio-economic, cultural benefits to local communities. In the digital era, preservation of ASEAN heritage values plays a key role in maintaining tourism sustainability. Việt Nam News reporters Hồng Vân and Khánh Dương talk to delegates at ASEAN Tourism Forum which is taking place in Hạ Long, the city of a World Heritage site, in northern Quảng Ninh Province about how technology can be best used in tourism. Technology has been widely applied in various aspects of life. What is its role in tourism? Peter Debrine, senior project officer of World Heritage Nature, Sustainable Tourism and Outreach Unit: Technology is a tool of how we communicate. We get inspired by travel and we use technology to find out where we are going to visit, what we are going to see and then when you … [Read more...] about Technology should inspire people to protect heritage