No other way to explain it!

On January 19, Daniel Walker was on his final lap jogging in his high school gym class when he collapsed. Daniel suffered from a rare congenital heart flaw that left his coronary artery pinched, giving him only 10%t of normal heart capacity.

Days later, his heart at a standstill, kept alive by a bypass machine, it began beating again.

“I’ve been a surgeon for 10 years, and this is probably one of the most incredible things I’ve ever seen,” said Dr. Abeel Mangi, one of Walker’s cardiac surgeons at New York-Presbyterian Hospital Columbia. “It’s a miracle. There’s really no other way to put it.”

Two days after it began to beat on its own, surgeons were able to fix the flaw in Walker’s heart, increasing its capacity to 60 percent. Guess God wasn’t quite ready for Daniel to come home just yet.

FOXNews.com – NYC Student’s Heart Starts Beating Days After Stopping | Kate blogs at The Original Musings.

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