A miracle happened across the pond earlier this week.
Sam Hemming, a law school graduate was left in a coma from a terrible car accident that caused severe head injuries and forced her on life-support due to substantial trauma to the brain.
Yet, moments before being taken off of the machine, the woman dubbed as a “walking miracle” wiggled her big toe.
Obviously, this was considered an astounding accomplishment and life saving.
The mother of the young girl, Carol said her daughter, who was thought to have no chance at recovery, ‘literally came back from the dead’, adding: ‘Sammy shouldn’t be alive. She suffered the worst injuries anyone could have in a car crash. ”
The mother went on to say, “We gathered in her room and said our farewells. They turned the life support machine off and I screamed.”
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Then, the epic surprise came, when Sam ‘wiggled her big toe.’
After that moment, the medical team kept her in a “controlled coma.”
In just two months since that decision, the young girl is walking and out of the hospital.
What an incredible blessing.