A Dayton-area man came back to life moments before his body was set to go to the morgue.
Tony Yahle's family found his breathing was off and when they checked, he had no pulse. They performed CPR and called paramedics, but no one was able to revive him.
Yahle was rushed to Kettering Medical center with no heartbeat. He had been unconscious with no vital signs for 45 minutes, when a message from his son jump started his heart.
"I pointed at him and I said, 'Dad, you're not going to die today.'" Lawrence Yahle said. "I stood there for about a few more seconds."
At that moment, Yahle's heart started to beat.
Yahle was taken to the OSU Wexner Medical Center, where he woke up five days later.
Doctors can't explain his recovery.
He was released from the hospital last week and says he is feeling fine.
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