Aimee's fight for life: in darkest clouds, hope. Literally. | News
CARROLLTON, Ga. -- A phenomenal response for Aimee Copeland on Tuesday at her college in Carrollton resulted in more than 200 people offering to donate blood -- to save her life and the lives of others who need emergency blood transfusions in order to live.
Aimee Copeland, 24, is fighting a rare, flesh-eating bacteria, necrotizing fasciitis, which she contracted when she fell into the Little Tallapoosa River on May 1, during an outing with friends, and cut her leg.
Click on the video above -- Aimee's fight for life: in darkest clouds, hope. Literally.