Skooter reporting 06/20/12
Would you believe Grammy Award winner Adele turned faith healer?
The singing sensation helped wake a 7-year-old British girl from a coma after one of Adele’s hit songs turned up in the young fan’s hospital room, doctors said.
For almost a week, Charlotte Neve fell into a coma after suffering a brain hermorrhage that nearly killed her. The girl’s condition was so critical that doctors told her mother, Leila Neve to bid goodbye for she was going to lose her little Charlotte. The inconsolable mother sat in bed with Charlotte for what she thought would be a final hug.
Then suddenly Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep” blasted on the radio, a song the mother and daughter used to sing together. Neve started to sing along with the radio and unexpectedly something amazing happened.
Neve said, she was surprised to see Charlotte started smiling, she couldn’t believe it. It was the first time the girl had responded to anything since the bleeding, and the hospital staff were astounded, and told her not to stop singing. Charlotte smiled again.
“The nurses said it was like I ‘unlocked her,’ and from that day, she started getting better and better,” Neve said.
Charlotte suffered internal bleeding April 13 after her mother and her sister watched DVDs. The doctors later found out that Charlotte had a half-inch aneurism on the major artery on the back of her brain.
The following couple of days, she suffered a series of strokes, and doctors told Neve, 31, to prepare for the worst, and that was what she did until Adele’s voice shook the girl awake.
“It was a miracle,” Neve said. “How she’s still here is beyond everybody. I was told that she was very lucky to survive.”
The little girl of seven, continuously suffers from partial blindness and memory loss, however, that doesn’t stopped her from going back to her dance class.
Neve admitted that her little Charlotte has been brilliant, has determination and brave. She added that the doctors have stopped telling us what she should be able to do because she has astonished them so much.
New York Post