Weird form of survival.

On the night of Dec. 20, 1980, 19-year-old Jean Hilliard’s car hit the ditch. She tried walking to get help, but in the morning she was found in the front yard of a local cattle rancher — frozen solid at about -22 degrees.

She was so frozen that her skin could not be pierced by hypodermic needles — the needles broke on contact with her skin.

Her body temperature was so low that it didn’t register on a thermometer.

Her face was an ashen-gray color and her eyes didn’t respond to changes in light.

Even though the medical staff thought she was dead, they decided to gradually warm up her body with heating pads. Eventually, they got a faint pulse of 12 beats per minute.

She went ahead to make a full recovery.

Credit: Apotheosis of knowledge

What do you think are the chances of anyone surviving this? She must be one of the luckiest woman ever.


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