A premature Argentine baby has been found alive in a morgue, 12 hours after she was pronounced dead, reports say.
Mother Analia Bouter was told her baby was stillborn after she gave birth in a hospital in the northern Chaco region.
But she said when she and her husband visited the morgue 12 hours later and opened the coffin, they found their daughter was breathing.
They have named her Luz Milagros - which means miracles - because of the way she came into the world.
The incident in the city of Perrando happened a week ago, but has just been made public by local health officials.
Chaco province undersecretary for health Rafael Sabatinelli called the case "disgraceful" and promised a full investigation.