But a flesh eating disease case in Georgia raises some questions about the risk of getting the disease from the water. The story is grabbing national attention and sparking genuine concern. The Georgia graduate student contracted a flesh eating disease
[Updated at 3:57 p.m. ET] A University of West Georgia graduate psychology student is fighting for her life with flesh-eating bacteria after falling off a homemade zip line and cutting her leg, CNN affiliates WSB report and WXIA
By Greg Botelho, CNN Aimee Copeland, left, is battling flesh-eating bacteria. Her family remains hopeful her condition will continue to improve. Atlanta (CNN) — "Aimee Day" can't come soon enough. That is the holiday — date still to be determined
Aimee Copeland, 24, cut her leg during a zip-line accident on May 1.
The road ahead will not be easy for Aimee Copeland, the Georgia woman whose freak zip-lining accident led to a flesh-eating bacteria infection that's kept her on life support for days. She's showing small signs of recovery, but