A GoFundMe account reached nearly $18,000 early Saturday for a Florida girl who lost her baby — and then her legs and arms because of sepsis that began during her pregnancy.
Kayleigh Ferguson-Walker, 31, lately returned to solutions in her Broward County, Fla., church for the first time because her horrible ordeal, the Sun-Sentinel reported.
“rsquo & Today I;m amazed to be here, to have the ability to talk, to view, to praise God,” she informed the congregation, ” the paper reported.
“Now I’m just amazed to be here, to have the ability to talk, to view, to praise God.”
Ferguson-Walker’s story has helped raise awareness about sepsis — if the human body’s blood-clotting function overreacts to infection — and also the plight of America’s amputees, a team that numbers nearly 2 million people, based on the Amputee Coalition of America.
Now Ferguson-Walker is still waiting to fully heal before she can be fitted for prosthetic legs and arms.
She advised the Sun-Sentinel that she and husband Ramon have no plans to sue anybody in connection with what occurred.
Insurance has assisted their 3-year-old child and the few to a level, but the family began the GoFundMe page in meeting expenses.
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