Dead’ woman suffers fatal heart attack after ‘waking up at own funeral’

A woman died 'twice' after reportedly suffering a heart attack when she woke up at her own funeral.

Fagilyu Mukhametzyanov, from Kazan, Russia, was thought to have passed away at the age of 49 when she collapsed at home with chest pains.

Her heartbroken husband Fagili Mukhametzyanov, 51, arranged for an open coffin funeral for his wife — but was given the shock of his life when she sprang 'back to life'.

Having overheard mourners pray for her, Fagilyu then opened her eyes to find herself in the surreal situation and began screaming.

She was then quickly rushed to the hospital, but sadly only lived for another 12 minutes in intensive care before dying 'again'.

Her aggrieved husband slammed medical staff for declaring her dead and not saving her, saying: "Her eyes fluttered and we immediately rushed her back to the hospital but she only lived for another 12 minutes in intensive care before she died again, this time for good.

"I am very angry and want answers. She wasn’t dead when they said she was and they could have saved her."

Hospital spokesman Minsalih Sahapov said an investigation would be carried out into the bizarre incident.

A similar morbid incident recently saw a woman who was thought to be dead shock her loved ones when they heard "knocking" from inside her coffin.

Rosa Isabel Cespedes Callaca dramatically interrupted the service by banging on the box in the city of Lambayque in Peru last week.

She had been announced as a fatal casualty after being involved in a catastrophic crash which also took the life of her brother-in-law.

Her three nephews were left with serious injuries following the incident which took place on the region’s Chiclayo-Picsi road.

Following the tragedy, Rosa was placed into a coffin ahead of her funeral last Tuesday (April 26), but mourners gasped when they heard noises at the start of the service. mirrors a recent

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