"They put the PICC line in his arm (to treat the E. coli)," said Dana Terry, Luke's mother. "And the bacteria went to his arm, where the PICC line was. It just started eating his arm away.
"They had to put (the PICC line) in because he had to have so many shots and blood drawn so much that his veins were just mush."
Dana said her son flatlined on the operating table three times during that time in his life.
Today? The 8th grader is a catcher.
Watch this catch, glove drop, pop and throw.
It is assumed that the vertical videographer has both hands and just decided not to use them...Big shout out to cornersville's middle school catcher. With the use of one arm, this guy is getting it done. What a stud. pic.twitter.com/4rhPycFGyY— Travis Holland (@tholland25) April 13, 2017
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