4 first responders placed on leave after 20-year-old Southfield woman declared dead, later found alive
SOUTHFIELD, Mich. – Four medics have been put on leave after a 20-year-old woman was declared dead and then found alive hours later. “She was breathing somewhat normal. So from all indication she was breathing somewhat normal, they told me it was because of the medication,” Beaucamp’s godmother said. The most alarming inaccurate statement is that a Southfield police officer placed Ms. Beauchamp in a body bag. Menifee said Southfield police arrived at about 8:07 a.m., and at 8:09 a.m., they announced that Beauchamp was dead and a physician was notified.
Woman found alive at Detroit funeral home after being declared dead
DETROIT – After a 20-year-old Southfield woman was declared dead on Sunday, a funeral home discovered she was still breathing -- and very much alive. Sources tell Local 4 the woman was found in cardiac arrest inside her home in Southfield on Sunday morning. Southfield Fire released a statement:“At 7:34 a.m. on August 23, 2020, Southfield Fire Department paramedics arrived at a home in Southfield on a call for an unresponsive female. “At 7:34 a.m. on August 23, 2020, Southfield Fire Department paramedics arrived at a home in Southfield on a call for an unresponsive female. Given medical readings and the condition of the patient, it was determined at that time that she did not have signs of life.
Woman says guardian angels came to her rescue during medical emergency in Wixom
WIXOM, Mich. Judy Musto said guardian angels came to her rescue when a medical emergency happened while she was driving in Wixom that put her and her dog in danger. Wixom police officer Greg Evans arrived on scene. Wixom firefighters checked on Musto, while police officers got her dog, Chico, out of the car. Officer Evans then drove Musto and Chico to an animal hospital and offered to wait with them. Musto and Chico are both doing OK. Musto wanted to thank her heroes for everything they did that day.