Kelley had his hands and feet amputated within two weeks. With family by his side, doctors were amazed at his fight and determination to survive.
"It was devastating, it's something you never want anyone to go through and you don't expect to go through yourself," said Garapic.
Kelley's family still doesn’t know where he contracted the strain that left him a quadruple amputee.
The family remains hopeful after he underwent his tenth surgery Monday.
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