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In Last Hours Family Stays Close To Iranian Women By Being Online

Update Date: Jan 02, 2014 12:40 PM EST

Technology appears more amazing when it marries real life. Sanaz Nezami’s family in Iran watched while she was being kissed 6,000 miles away in U.S compassionately in her last hours.

It was a great comfort that was brought to the shocked and grieving family as they watched her compassionately being treated in her last hours.

The family later agreed to the consent for donation of Nezami’s heart, lungs and other life-saving organs which were transplanted to seven different people in the U.S.

“We wanted God to perform a miracle and bring Sanaz back to life,” her sister, Sara Nezami, said in a phone interview from Tehran to The Seattle Times. “But this is a miracle. Sanaz gave her life in order to give life.”

Sanaz Nezami, a 27-year-old vibrant women who came to U.S. with aspirations of earning a doctorate in environmental engineering would not have thought this end. Just after a few months of her arrival in U.S. she became the victim of a fatal beating by her husband and became brain dead.

Kim Grutt, the nurse who took care of the lady said her stay was an “eye-opener” for the staff at Marquette General Hospital. “The family was willing to trust us to know she wasn’t coming back,” she said according to The Seattle Times.

Nezami married Nima Nassiri, 34, four months ago in Turkey and was living with him temporarily in Los Angeles. According to her sister the two met over the Internet.

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