A couple were preparing for a holiday when their older son Josh, 10, wanted to sleep in the room with them. He was not feeling well; he had a headache and fainted, so the father stayed with him while the mother went to her younger son.
During the night, the father, Johnny, started snoring because, as he later said, he had a very bad dream in which he saved Josh from death! It scared him a lot, and he woke up. He turned on the lamp and saw his son lying unconscious beside him.
“Our son is dead!” Samantha, he’s dead! Johnny shouted in disbelief as the whole street heard him.
Samantha was so scared that she fell down the stairs! The younger son cried, and then Johnny began to revive Josh. He gave him artificial respiration, something he had learned in his youth at scout camps, and the child began to breathe.
Samantha was completely lost, so Johnny told his other son to quickly find the phone and call the doctors. They arrived in a whopping six minutes and put Josh on life support. Josh was in an induced coma for two days and then began to breathe on his own and recover. “The doctors told me that I saved him without a doubt, and I claim that I saved my dream.” If I had dreamed something else, I wouldn’t have woken up just like that, and my son wouldn’t be here anymore. Nothing is clear to us yet. Doctors have no answer as to how simple headaches and fainting spells created a fight for life. However, they claim that he was in a state of clinical death for a maximum of two minutes. “Just enough to wake him up and save him,” Johnny told media outlets.
She posted her horror story on Facebook, getting more than 15,000 likes for it and spreading it around the world. Samantha’s mother still can’t forgive herself for panicking so much that he fell down the stairs.
“In the most difficult moment of my life, I got lost.” I experienced a total blockage. Internal collapse. As my husband shouted that my son was dead, I saw only black before my eyes. “I know I asked him what 911 number to call, and that number is known to everyone in the country, even the children,” Samantha said.