We have an update on Heather Brown, an East Texas mom who suffered an aneurysm and went into a coma while giving birth and her military husband was overseas.

Brown was placed on a ventilator Wednesday after she stopped breathing on her way to the hospital to get her gall bladder removed. The latest update from her husband, Sean, says that Heather has been taken off the ventilator.

Good news. Heather fought her way off the ventilator. She is stable and her vitals are looking fairly well. Her temperature is a little low, but on a heating blanket. She is resting comfortably now and will stay a few days at best. A great big thank you to all the prayer warriors, friends and family.

Here is the original story we posted Wednesday (June 25):

Heather Brown, the East Texas mother who slipped into a coma while giving birth while her husband was deployed, is back in the hospital and is currently on a ventilator.

Heather's husband, Sean, posted this message on the 'Bringing Home the Browns' Facebook page:

In need of emergency prayers. Heather is in the emergency room and not breathing. She is on the vent. We were here for gall bladder removal and we are not sure what is going on. She stopped breathing on the way to the hospital. Thank You all for all the prayers.

Heather suffered a brain aneurysm in Sept. 2012 while pregnant with baby John. She was forced to undergo an emergency C-section, and she slipped into a coma. It all happened while Sean, a Gladewater police officer, was serving in Afghanistan.

She was in the hospital and other facilities until she was able to return home last July.