Back in August of this year,  Michele DeLeeuw of Sterling Heights was having a heart attack and was unconscious and barely breathing. Her husband actually believed she had already died when he called 911.

According to WDIV, The 911 operator coached him through CPR. He got his wife out of her chair, laid her flat on the floor and started compressions, with the 911 operator helping him count until paramedics arrived and took over.

Michele was in the hospital and unconscious for three weeks before doctors advised her husband to take her off life support because there was nothing else they could do.

Just days after they took her off life support, she regained consciousness. She's now doing great and making a full recovery.

I don't think I've ever heard of someone being pulled off life support and then surviving. I'm sure it happens from time to time but it has to be extremely rare.

Some guy posted the funniest comment on WDIV's Facebook page: