Adele Song Wakes Girl from Coma?

Posted by on June 20th, 2012

Seven-year-old Charlotte Neve was in a coma. A brain hemorrhage and several horrific strokes due to an aneurysm brought on by a rare disease no one knew she had put her there.

Doctors told her mother, Leila Neve, saying goodbye was the next step.

Before this ugly turn of events, Charlotte and her mother would sing Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep” together when they’d hear it on the radio.

Here’s where it gets weird.

After the news from doctors that Charlotte wouldn’t make it, Leila sat down on the bed and began singing “Rolling in the Deep”.

A faint smile suddenly spread across Charlotte’s face. Doctors were astonished. When her mother stopped singing? Charlotte would return to her previous state. Nurses in the room at the time excitedly told her to keep singing. Almost as soon as Leila did, Charlotte’s smile returned. Everyone in the room was stunned.

Two days later Charlotte had started speaking and sitting up in bed. She recovered so quickly that doctors decided to remove the plug from her head that had allowed them to remove excess blood to see if she could function without it. She could.

Since then Charlotte has made a drastic recovery and left doctors scratching their heads.

While she has suffered memory loss and partial blindness in one eye, Charlotte continues to rebound, is taking speech therapy, has returned home and is getting back to doing what she loves…dancing.

Did Adele’s song actually trigger a ‘reboot’ because of her memory of her and her mother? Was it just a coincidence of timing? Who knows. Medical staff in the room are calling it a miracle.

Whatever the case, an awesome little girl’s getting a second chance at being an awesome little girl.

Still would’ve been cooler to wake up to ‘The Eye of the Tiger’ or maybe the theme from the Olympics.

[Telegraph UK]

2 Responses to “Adele Song Wakes Girl from Coma?”

  1. J Morrison Says:

    While I was reading this all I could think of was this…

  2. Coop Says:

    JRY’s amazing rendition actually woke me from a coma when I first heard it.