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The woman comes from coma after nearly 30 years: report

The woman entered the coma after the car in which she drove collided with a bus in the United Arab Emirates in 1991, when she was 32 years old. She did not regain consciousness until 2018, in a This week, her story was reported by National, a Emirati news outlet. TEXAS DAD LEFT I GET AFTER BRUTAL ATTACK UNDER PROTECTION DAYS FROM BOYFRIEND: COPS According to the report, Munira Abdulla had picked up his 4-year-old son from school when the accident occurred. She was on the back seat with the boy while her son-in-law was driving. "When she saw the crash, she hugged me to protect me from the battle," said son Omar Webair, 32, who the mother would not see her son again for 27 years. "I never gave her up because I always had the feeling that she would one day wake up," he said. "I never gave her up because I always had the feeling that one day she will wake up." &#821 1; Omar Webair, son of a woman who came into a coma During the intervening years, Mrs Abdulla had also spent time in a hospital in London, reported the national. And her son? He was devoted to his mother, went to the hospital room and sat with her for hours at a time. Year after year. "I believe that because of my support for her, God saved me from major problems," he told National. Last summer, the son was involved in an argument in…

The woman entered the coma after the car in which she drove collided with a bus in the United Arab Emirates in 1991, when she was 32 years old.

She did not regain consciousness until 2018, in a

This week, her story was reported by National, a Emirati news outlet.

TEXAS DAD LEFT I GET AFTER BRUTAL ATTACK UNDER PROTECTION DAYS FROM BOYFRIEND: COPS

According to the report, Munira Abdulla had picked up his 4-year-old son from school when the accident occurred. She was on the back seat with the boy while her son-in-law was driving.

“When she saw the crash, she hugged me to protect me from the battle,” said son Omar Webair, 32, who

the mother would not see her son again for 27 years.

“I never gave her up because I always had the feeling that she would one day wake up,” he said.

“I never gave her up because I always had the feeling that one day she will wake up.”

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1; Omar Webair, son of a woman who came into a coma

During the intervening years, Mrs Abdulla had also spent time in a hospital in London, reported the national.

And her son? He was devoted to his mother, went to the hospital room and sat with her for hours at a time. Year after year.

“I believe that because of my support for her, God saved me from major problems,” he told National.

Last summer, the son was involved in an argument in his mother’s hospital room when she regained consciousness.

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Soon she called the names of family members and recited prayers.

Ms. Abdulla continues to undergo medical treatment in Abu Dhabi.

“I shared his story to tell people not to lose hope for their loved ones,” Webair says.

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