A 59-year-old guy in England named Tony Kemp recently suffered a mini-stroke, and needed brain surgery. Then something went wrong . . . the operation took 18 HOURS . . . and he wouldn’t wake up afterward.
He slipped into a coma, and it wasn’t looking good. He wasn’t showing any signs of life. So his doctors wanted to take him off life support.
But as a last-ditch effort, his wife Danna played a song about his favorite SOCCER TEAM on her iPad.
It’s called “The Janner Song”. His favorite team is the Plymouth Argyle, and they play it at home games. “Janner” is a nickname for a person from Plymouth.
And when it started playing, Tony OPENED HIS EYES. It brought him out of the coma, and he was breathing on his own the next day.
He ended up spending five months in the hospital, but he’s back home now. He’s still dealing with some memory loss. But other than that, he’s doing great. (Express)