““She was dead. She had no heartbeat, no breathing. She was as gray as her sweatsuit, no signs of life,” said Stephanie Martin, director of fetal medicine at Memorial Hospital.
“The next thing I know, a nurse walks out and tells me that they’re going to bring Tracy out, and this is my chance to say goodbye, and a gurney rolls out covered up with a white sheet.”
The next few minutes changed everything. Mike Hermanstorfer remembered how doctors detected that his wife’s heart began beating again as they started to wheel her away. Then their baby son, Coltyn, took his first breath in his father’s arms. …”