Analia Bouter was 26 weeks pregnant when she gave birth to her fifth child at a hospital in Argentina's northern Chaco province last week. Sadly, the newborn was pronounced to be stillborn by the hospital staff.
Twelve hours later, however, Bouter and her husband visited the morgue to say goodbye to their child only to discover their little one was breathing and alive. Upon hearing her baby cry, the shocked mother recalled, "I fell to my knees."
Authorities have a launched an investigation, but Analia isn't pointing fingers. She told Argentina’s Clarin newspaper: "The joy of knowing she’s alive is covering every other feeling."