After a 61-year-old is believed to have been an older stroke, a family has prepared himself for the final blow to Scott Mare.
He decided to stay motionless in a hospital bed, the funeral was going on and life support was stopped.
But Scott was not ready to let life go – and he now has the nickname & # 39; Miracle Man & # 39; Received.
According to World-Herald, Scott's son found him "sleeping on the bed, reacting but breathing" on December 12.
The next day, in Omaha's Methodist Hospital, doctors gave serious news to his family.
Her daughter Preston Mara told KTV 7: "Neurosurgeon said that if he could do something he would do it, but he needs to prepare himself for the reality of the situation.
"They told us that the brain had reached the brains way, so we told our goodbyes before taking them out. All monitors were closed and we had to wait on its side."
Dr. Rebecca Runje, who works in the hospital, told KMTV that "we thought this is not a recoverable procedure."
After leaving the hospital on December 13, Scott Meyer's "family appointed for cremation and funeral services."
But the next day the staff was Preston Maran's staff in the hospital and he knew if he could take her father to the hospital to see.
Preston says: "When we got up there, I just went out to talk to her, just as I was in this full time, and said, & # 39; Father, & # 39;
"He laughed at me, and I literally thought that I was dreaming. It was a crazy moment ever.
"I asked them to move the thumbs, and slowly he moved to the thumb, and I asked him to touch his thumb, and he made all his toes really a little easier.
"My eyes had to be rubbed in order to make sure it was actually happening."
Doctors say they had diagnosed Scott Merr with posterior reversible insufflopherapy syndrome, according to KMTV, after giving them a medical examination, no stroke.
According to a study by the National Center for Biotechnology Information, this condition usually "disturbs headache, attacks, altered consciousness, and vision."
Rajg told the World Herald that doctors initially believed that it was a stroke because "severe swelling (Scott) Mera experiences that syndrome is not usually a symptom."
Since then, he has been released from the hospital and he has come back with the help of physical therapy.
As Scott Merrill tries to "happiness every moment", he gives credit to God to give him another chance in life.
Scott said: "I'm not a very religious person. I do not go to church every Sunday.
"But I believe in God. I believe in all my heart and now it is a proof for me that everything I have heard is true.
"She loves me. She is there for me.
"It was too much miracle."