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Little Girl In Coma Wakes Up To Adele

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A little girl in Lancashire, England suffered a brain Hemorrhage and after 2 operations to stop the bleeding, she became comatose. Doctors told the mother to say goodbye to her 7 year old daughter, just then Adele’s “Rolling in the deep” came on the radio and her mom started singing. The little girl smiled! the first reaction she had since she went into a coma. Within 48 hours, the little girl started speaking and could focus on colors. Charlotte Neve (mom), said her daughter loves Adele, Katy Perry, and Pink. She likes to believe she “Unlocked” her daughter. I think Adele should pay a visit to the family!

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