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B6 THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR SUNDAY, JULY 2, 1995 The Leaders on Leadership9 Series University of Indianapolis & PRESENTS ! ' f ' ;J Co-author of rre Discipline of Market Leaders Z Speaking on Focusing on Value to Dominate Your Market 'I August 2, 1995 The Indiana Convention Center Indianapolis, IN m Canter for Continuing Education and Management Development laby comes back to life after death Declared dead just after birth in Jeffersonville, family's miracle baby is home and seems normal. By Tom Chiat STAR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT Nabb, Ind. Taml Carroll's eyes filled with tears as she cradled her newborn son, Logan, In her arms and tried to tell him goodbye. Logan had been pronounced dead just minutes after his birth in Clark Memorial Hospital at nearby Jeffersonville, Just two weeks before Easter. All efforts by doctors and nurses to get the infant to breathe after his respiratory system stopped had failed. "They told me he was dead and I was in shock," says Tami Carroll. 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" r- MONDAY SATURDAY Greenwood PUc. 8475 Cutleton Corner Drive Vi 44 it "I " I 1 1 kinnu m i: nu cnvnv r? 7639 Commercial Dnue at 86th Street toiV P 12 NOON TO 6 PM SUNDAY fesal at 38th Street & Lafayette Road by Ctleton Square Mall jfl1 LuV1 We reserve the right to limit quantities gl'j"rlj 299-9944 842-0577 v-fc, lj u. I ur; ,r : -aijm3L&iMF. Jjl roll remembers, shs told him she loved him and that "he would be with the angels. I said a prayer for him." Her prayers were answered. Less than an hour after being pronounced dead, Logan began to breathe on his own, and his heart began beating softly in his little chest. "It was just unbelievable. That's all I can say," his mother says. The medical staff in the delivery room looked on in disbelief. "My first thought was that this is impossible," gynecologist Dr. Diana Okon remembers. She had delivered Logan and could not find a heartbeat. "We tried everything to try and get Logan breathing, including pumping oxygen into his lungs. Nothing worked," she says. After declaring Logan dead, . Okon had left the delivery room sad and exhausted. "It was very painful losing that little boy." She said that when a nurse came out of the delivery room to inform her that Logan was breathing, she was skeptical. Her skepticism quickly turned to elation. "I've never seen anything quite like this. Logan's revival on his own is one for the textbooks," Okon said. Lois Harlow, a nurse, agrees. "I've never seen anything like this in my 37 years in medicine," Harlow says. "And I thought I'd seen it all." Logan's return to life also renewed Carroll's hopes for Logan's future. "Since I've had him back home, he's been just like a normal, happy baby," she says. "He coos and f i 1 Star Photo Tom Chiat MIRACLE BABY: Logan Carroll was pronounced dead at birth, , only to begin breathing on his own within an hour. Now his mother, Tami, calls her 4-month-old son a miracle baby. Okon says Logan seems to be a normal infant now but cautions" that "It's too soon to know if he giggles and is a good little boy." Logan's case is certainly rare, according to Dr. William A. Engle, a neonatologist at Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis. "I've never seen or heard of a case quite like that." Engle says. "The closest thing that even compares to this is when a person drowns in cold water," he says. "Then the body's functions slow down, and sometimes when the body is pulled from the water it revives." Okon also mentioned that "diving reflex." But both she and Engle agree that what happened in this case is different and unusual so unusual that Engle couldn't even speculate on how often it occurs. has any mental or physical Impairments due to his length of! time without breathing." Logan, however, continues to. appear healthy, and he Is home' with his mother and father and 4: year-old sister in the family's rent-, ed farmhouse in this Clark County-village. "Now that we've got Logan, I think I'll quit while I'm ahead," , she says with a chuckle. "I always wanted two children, and now this is enough." "Logan is a miracle baby, that's all I can say. He's Just a miracle baby." Suspect is sought in robbery at floral shop Star Staff Report Robbery detectives are searching for the man who robbed an employee of a Northwestside flo rist May 16. Detective Bob Flack of the Indianapolis Police Department said the robbery occurred about 9 a.m. as a female employee of George Thomas Florist and Gift Centers, 3805 Lafayette Road, arrived for work. stMs Flack said the woman was getting out of her car in the parking lot when a man stuck a gun to her back and screamed at her to get to the front door of the business. The man became agitated and threatened to hurt the employee If she didn't move quickly. After she opened the door, the man grabbed her purse from her shoulder, injuring her hand, and demanded money from the business as well. He then made threats to the employee while he ransacked the business before leaving. The suspect has a slender build, is about 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs 160-175 pounds. He used a dark gray sweatshirt and white goggles to cover his face and wore blue Jeans and white tennis' shoes. Because of his disguise, detectives aren't sure of the man's race or facial features but said he spoke with a Middle Eastern ac-. cent. Anyone with information about this or any felony crime is asked to call Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana at 262-T1PS (262-8477) or toll-free (800) 92ALERT (922-5378). Callers will not be asked their names and might be eligible for a cash award of up to $1,000. Enzo Natl nnnl Pi'tv "Rnnt Tnrf ktrnm Pnridrm X Ull mi vy ll IIV J. 1 V 7 1 V I kj l t J I I 1 r X 1-41 1 111 I Ir IJ IJj J AnmolinL Eclclie Bauci; EA.0. Scliwarz, Finish Line, Inc., Cocliva Chocolatier, Inc., Johnny Rockets International hie, IUPU1, Junkyard,-' Inc., Kitchen Express, Lane Bryant, Lerner New York, Ann Taylor. County Seat, Sam Goody TJ. Maxx, Talbots, United Artists Theatres, Andrews Jewelers, America Live! Indianapolis, Ltd., Baby GuessGuess Kids, Bentley s Luggage Gifts, Britches of Georgetowne, Inc.. Cacique, California Cafe, Circle Centre, City of Indianapolis Ride Share Program, Denison Parking, Inc, Discover)' Store, The Disney Store, Donbleday Book Shop, Grasse Parfumeries, Great American Cookie Company Health Rider, The Gap, Gap Kids, Garden Botanika, The Indianapolis Project IPC International Corporation, Manchu Wok, NineWest, The Steak Escape, Warner Brothers Studio Store, Virtual World Enteitainment, Victoria's Secret, National City Bank, Nordstrom, Parisian, Enzo Angiolini We're hiring over 2,000 great people and you could be one of them. The Circle of Opportunity Hiring Fair invites you to be a vital part of the excitement when Circle Centre opens downtown in September. All kinds of jobs are available, including positions as cooks, cashiers, custodians, assistant managers, sales associates and Circle Centre associates. Come to the Indiana Roof Ballroom Monday, July 10, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Tuesday, July 1 1, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; or Wednesday, July 12, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. ' Enter at 140 West Washington Street next to the Indiana Repertory Theatre in downtown ' Indianapolis. For more information, call the I Iiring Fair Hotline at 317-684-2356. c i 15 c i. vc i: n t i i: 5 -vlV i 4 w t -? in r-ortnorohir with iNET 4

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