Legionnaire's Survivor Gets Prosthetics To Replace Lost Legs, Arm
He thought he simply had a high fever, but a 55-year-old man actually had Legionnaire's Disease, which nearly killed him. An infection stemming from his treatment cost Kent Carson both his legs and one arm. On Tuesday, he received prosthetic limbs at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
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