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Adele Song Wakes Girl From Coma

Submitted by on June 20, 2012 – 9:32 amNo Comment
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There’s really something to be said about the power of music. Reportedly, hearing Adele‘s “Rolling in the Deep” helped a 7-year-old girl beat death. When little Charlotte Neve (pictured above) slipped into a coma after suffering a brain hemorrhage, doctors gave her family very little hope that she would survive. Wanting to hold her daughter one last time, Charlotte’s mother, Leila, crawled into the grade-schooler’s hospital bed and began singing Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep”…and that’s when the miracle occurred. According to The Telegraph:

“…when Ms Neve, 31, got in the hospital bed to give Charlotte her final cuddle, Adele’s ‘Rolling in the Deep’ came on the radio – a song the pair used to sing together.

Ms Neve started singing it to her daughter – and Charlotte began to smile – astounding doctors.

Within two days, Charlotte had started speaking, could focus on colours and managed to get up from her bed.

Two months on, she is now learning to walk and talk and has regained partial sight. She has now gone back to school and dance classes.”

Charlotte has been left with partial blindness and memory loss, but has returned to an otherwise normal life. She is talking, running, and riding bikes, which are all things no one believed she would do again when she first became sick. The girl’s doctors and nurses are simply amazed by her recovery. What a heartwarming story…

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