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Greek Woman Allegedly Buried Alive by Accident

Greek Woman Allegedly Buried Alive by AccidentPolice in northern Greece are investigating a cemetery worker’s testimony that a woman revived in her grave shortly after being buried and called for help, only to die before she could be extracted.
The verdict of the six coroners who examined the body thoroughly today, among them a doctor appointed by the family, gave an end to this unfortunate incident.  They unanimously came to the conclusion that the woman was dead when buried.  As they said, she was pronounced dead at 6.30 in the morning, long before she was buried (approximately 12 hours).  They further stated that the woman had been thouroughly examined at the private clinic where she died and dismissed all allegations that she was in a coma and that she revived in her grave.
Police officials said yesterday that a man and two youngsters visiting the cemetery heard banging and a muffled call from inside the 49-year-old cancer patient’s grave, an hour after her funeral.
By the time the coffin was dug up and smashed open, the woman showed no further signs of life. A doctor summoned to Peraia cemetery outside Thessaloniki pronounced her dead.
The mother of two had been first declared dead at a private Thessaloniki clinic early Thursday.
The family may now turn and press charges to the man and the two youngesters who allegedly heard voices from the grave.

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