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Considered only died for a moment, a family in Philippines digs the grave of their daughter

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Considered only died for a moment, a family in Philippines digs the grave of their daughterConsidered only died for a moment, a family in Philippines digs the grave of their daughter

News24xx.com -  A horrible event gas occurred in the Philippines. In a village in Ilagan City, a child has been reported to have been dug up from her grave after her family was advised by a faith healer that she was still alive. The family was believe with the faith healer said, and then they try to dug up the grave.


The family hoping against hope that their child was still alive, they dug her up and waited for her to wake up from her slumber in their home.


On August 28, 2017, a little girl named Jenny Rose Jacinto had a high fever. After she was given her medicine by her mother, Jenny’s fever went down. However, she began having chills and high fever again soon.


Jenny was brought to the Isabela Provincial Hospital where she was declared dead the following day.


Her father, Jimmy Jacinto, brought her home to buried on Friday, September 1, 2017.


However, a relative named Gemma Jacinto De Villa came to their house and told them that a certain faith healer said that their daughter is still alive.


Hoping that their daughter was still alive, the 47-year-old father and his wife, 43-year-old Gina Jacinto, immediately dug the grave up and brought their daughter out. The couple claims they were surprised that their daughter’s body was still soft.


In addition to that, they also claimed that their daughter soiled her pants while they waited for her to wake up. Believing that their daughter was still alive, the family began giving her drops of water in her mouth.


But when the faith healer visited them, he claimed that Villa was dug up too late, and that she is already dead.

The family is still in a dilemma and doesn’t know what to do with the corpse.

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