This is from a FB discussion and I said not possible (due to translated beings cannot taste death - but maybe not):
QUESTION: Truman G. Madsen said in a talk at BYU in 1977 that Elijah and Enoch would be the two witnesses in Israel. Thought that was interesting. Both are translated.
ANSWER: As far as I am understanding this explanation and the prophecy in the scriptures, a translated being will experience pain AND death right before their resurrection and the prophecy of them laying in the streets dead for 3 days happens 'right before' He comes. Notice the word UNTIL. I found all this on lds. org too so, straight from the source wink emoticon
3 Nephi 28:9–10, 36–40. The Doctrine of Translation
The following definitions help clarify the doctrines of translation, transfiguration, and resurrection. Notice the difference between translated beings and the more temporary state of transfiguration:
Translated beings. “Persons who are changed so that they do not experience pain or death until their resurrection to immortality” (Guide to the Scriptures, “Translated Beings”).
“Many have supposed that the doctrine of translation was a doctrine whereby men were taken immediately into the presence of God, and into an eternal fullness, but this is a mistaken idea. Their place of habitation is that of the terrestrial order, and a place prepared for such characters He held in reserve to be ministering angels unto many planets, and who as yet have not entered into so great a fullness as those who are resurrected from the dead” (Joseph Smith, History of the Church, 4:210). (Copied and pasted from Book of Mormon Student Study Manuel-Alma 46)
Hey, I like this. Maybe I can do another blog on the side with all my spare time, called "Ask Grumps"..... It would be a take-off of "Ask Gramps" - but I would provide snide/sarcastic answers that burn the ex-mo crowd and the haters out there......lol