Woman Dies Hours After Being Found Alive at Funeral Home

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Written By Blue & Gold NLR Team





Constance Glantz, a 74-year-old woman who was pronounced dead at a Lincoln nursing home, made a shocking comeback after being found alive at a funeral home. Despite being revived, Glantz ultimately succumbed to her illness and passed away hours later.

Glantz’s remarkable case began when she was pronounced dead at The Mulberry nursing home in Waverly, where she had been receiving hospice care. However, just hours later, funeral home staff at Butherus-Maser & Love Funeral Home discovered that she was still breathing while preparing her body for funeral arrangements.

The discovery led to a frantic 911 call, and Lincoln Fire and Rescue rushed to the scene to transport Glantz to the hospital. Unfortunately, despite medical efforts, Glantz died hours later.

The Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the incident, and officials have assured that the funeral home did nothing wrong. The investigation is ongoing, and an autopsy will be performed to determine the cause of Glantz’s initial death and subsequent revival.

The case serves as a poignant reminder of the complexities of life and death, and the importance of vigilance in ensuring the well-being of those in our care.

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