Pennsylvania Man Survives After Being Found 'Frozen' With No Pulse

Justin Smith reflected on his "miraculous" survival last year after he was found in the cold with no pulse.
1:34 | 01/19/16

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Bros in nearly solid in a snow bank on trust co wrote hearing carbon county. Is where Justin Smith's father found him nearly one year ago. I threw the car in the park and I I ran to moment. I think Michael because he was blew his his his face he was lifeless a check for pulse a check for heart beat there was nothing. As of China while Communist arm in arm with the the last thing I remember us. Awakened around thirty days later McCown mail room. The coroner was already on scene when Justin was found in the snow bank. The doctor Gerald Coleman at Lehigh Valley hospital in hazel tenth said he didn't want to give up just yet. And would not pronouncing him dead COLT initially they were all analysts. Question naming a like a kid aiming. We have very little temperature. He can preserve them bringing in other organ functions teams of nurses and staff did CPR on Justin for two hours. While doctor home and got approval to tried to warm his blood up using an act moment Sheen he Helm. A hand that day and says. I'm gonna throw everything I have including kitchen sink your son window we needed a big miracle. And that's exactly what happened to Justin was flown to the cedar crest campus in Allentown and as he warmed up his heart start it. Just woke up amazed. We're not there you heard anything like this is is this is it's amazing it's something I've never heard of and I can't thank ever when you look at the science. Of what happened to Justin it was it was really hard to imagine that anyone. On earth could survive this. Now Justin is missing his toes paying keys. But he's back to school back to golf he's what doctors are calling a medical miracle this kind of just renewed the faith of why do I do everyday.

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