Australian Man Morgue Porsche

April 14, 2012 by staff 

Australian Man Morgue Porsche, An Australian man who was twice declared dead by medical officials after crashing his Porsche was saved at the last minute when his pulse was detected as he was being lifted into a coroner’s van.

Despite witnesses at the scene telling paramedics they had seen the crash victim twitching and moving, the 30-year-old was pronounced dead after medics failed to find a pulse.

Emergency workers dismissed the twitches as normal for someone who had suffered severe spinal injuries before a slight pulse was detected as he was about to be taken to a morgue.

Lachlan Quick, spokesman for the State Emergency Service, explained how members of his team has spotted the victim moving but were ignored: ‘They mentioned it to the ambulance guys, who said that it (movement) can be attributed to this sort of effect when there’s a spinal injury.

‘It was raised and addressed and discussed and then put to one side and they went about their business.’

The motorist flipped his car in north-west Melbourne, Australia, on Sunday when he was involved in a head-on collision with another vehicle at around 2am local time.

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