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Dead man Paul Mutora WAKES UP in mortuary at Naivasha District Hospital in Kenya

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Published on Jan 10, 2014

He said: "The effect of atropanes can sometimes cause slowing of heart rate and dilution of the pupils.

"These two observations are used to make the conclusion that someone has lost their life."

Mr Mutora is now recovering from his ordeal in a ward after being transported back by staff.

According to All Africa, Mr Mutora said: "This was a mistake from the start.

"I apologise to my father as I prepare to go and take care of my wife and child."

Although doctors say that Mr Mutora is now out of danger family members blame the hospital for being careless.

An investigation as to how a patient was pronounced dead when he was still alive has since been launched by the hospital.

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