Miracle Family of the Year: 'It wasn't my time to go'

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EUGENE, Ore. - Keshia Cramer was in a coma when she gave birth to her daughter Presley.

Hospitalized last year with complications from the deadly H1N1 flu virus, doctors delivered Cramer's baby by a rare vertical C-Section.

Presley weighed just 2 pounds and spent her first 76 days in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Riverbend Hospital.

"It's a miracle that I'm here today, but I believe that it wasn't my time to go," Cramer said. "If anything I consider my daughter more of a miracle than myself, for her being as small as she was and being completely healthy today."

The Bend resident and her daughter were honored in Eugene on Nov. 3 as the 2010 Miracle Family of the Year by the Children's Miracle Network.

Watch for more on Cramer's story next week in a series of KVAL News special reports on near-death experiences.