'Dead' baby found alive in morgue closer to going home with family
A baby girl believed to have been stillborn but later found alive in a morgue has reached her four month birthday and is said to be edging closer to being allowed home.
The miracle baby - Luz Milagros Veron - has in the last few days been moved to a hospital nearer to her home in Chaco, Argentina, after spending months in intensive care in Buenos Aires.
When she was born three months early in April, doctors sent her to the morgue when she showed no signs of life.
After her mum and dad insisted her coffin was opened 12 HOURS later, they found the tiny baby freezing cold but crying.
Although she remains on a respirator, has internal bleeding and neurological damage, her mother says she has 'never lost faith' in her.
Her name, Luz Milagros, means 'Miracle Light'.
Let's hope little Luz is strong enough to go home with her family very soon.