A premature baby pronounced stillborn was found alive and well 12 hours later—in her coffin in the hospital morgue, reports the BBC. Analia Bouter was six months pregnant when she gave birth in a northern Argentina hospital, but the baby showed no signs of life. "That night I went with my husband to where the coffin was and he opened it up," she told reporters. "Immediately I heard her cry." Because of the unusual birth, the couple has named the baby Luz Milagros—or "light miracle."