20-year-old Timesha Beauchamp from Detroit, who was certified dead in August, and bizarrely found alive at a funeral home, has passed on at Children’s Hospital in Detroit.
Timesha Beauchamp was declared dead only to be found alive at a funeral home in August.
On August 23, Beauchamp’s family called emergency officials to their home in Southfield because the woman was struggling severe breathing problems.
Although emergency officials and paramedics promptly arrived at the family house, a doctor, who was not present at the scene, pronounced Beauchamp dead, based on the information received from first responders that the subject had been responsive for around 30 minutes and showed no signs of life.
It took an hour before Cole Funeral Home in Detroit called 911 to move Beauchamp to the funeral home.
In a strange twist, the authorities report that funeral home staff saw Beauchamp’s chest moving when they went to collect her from her Southfield home.
Timesha Beauchamp: the family has filed a $50 million federal lawsuit against the four responders and the city of Southfield, alleging that the deceased died as a result of massive brain damage caused by lack of oxygen.
Fieger said the medics wrongly declared Beauchamp deceased after depriving her of proper healthcare, sent her to a funeral home, who then discovered that her eyes were open and that she was alive.
- City of Southfield
- Michael Storms
- Scott Rickard
- Phillip Mulligan
- Jake Kroll.
In a related development, Southfield Fire Chief Johnny Menifee has said the Southfield city officials were looking into the case.
He told the press in late August that Beauchamp might have survived alive due to “Lazarus syndrome,” a strange phenomenon in which people come back to life unassisted after being declared dead.