Glenda Sessions' hand after being infected with flesh-eating bacteria while on a fishing trip in the Mobile Bay.
Glenda Sessions' hand after being infected with flesh-eating bacteria while on a fishing trip in the Mobile Bay. Courtesy Hattiesburg American
Glenda Sessions' hand after being infected with flesh-eating bacteria while on a fishing trip in the Mobile Bay. Courtesy Hattiesburg American

She went on a Gulf Coast fishing trip and returned home with Vibrio

July 13, 2017 05:00 AM

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