19-year-old Mange Ram, a victim of the stampede at the Naina Devi shrine in India on Sunday, woke up in the morgue as doctors got ready to perform his autopsy. He said "When I woke up, I was in the middle of a row of bodies waiting for post mortem."
"My throat was parched and I asked for water. Towering over me the doctors and nursing staff at Anandpur Sahib Civil Hospital looked dazed. They must have been surprised to see a dead man come alive like that," he added.
One doctor on the pilgrimage said most people weren't checked to see if they could be saved saying "People were dumped quite haphazardly into trucks without following any procedure or checking if they were alive."
150 people died in the stampede.