A Detroit woman who city officials said was dead after massive flooding this week is alive.
Jena David was pulled from her car Monday and carried into a nearby business.
She was unconscious when firefighters arrived and they placed her into an ambulance.
City officials said the 30-year-old died but, she came to in her hospital bed and doctors discharged her and sent her home.
David learned about the reports of her "death" the next day.
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