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Seven year old Sara Jane downing of Colorado has been diagnosed with the bubonic plague it's the first confirmed human case in the state since 2006.
Her parents thought she just had the flu.
But it wasn't until Sierra had a seizure a better father knew something was seriously wrong.
Nobody really knew she added anything and they -- -- I was.
-- here and there should be fine the next days.
The disease is so rare it had some medical workers baffled.
It's rare to see him and sent -- -- and it's higher numbers begin to the acquisition I asked him about three times.
-- against -- -- exit document it let's listen and need that yes it was a core temperature at.
It was impressively -- indicated that he needed treatment news.
The latest generally transmitted to humans through the bites of infected fleas Sarah's mother suspects her daughter may have been exposed by some insects near dead squirrel.
Sarah had wanted to bury the -- -- the family was out campaign.
And so you know she was over there in -- little pink sweatshirt was on the ground -- there.
And what we think happened is I had her -- around your waist as the handling this evening.
Right that we -- and some flea -- around her torso.
Federal health officials say an average of seven gauges of the -- -- are reported in the US each year.
Without treatment kills about two thirds of an infected humans within forty days thankfully little Sierra has been moved out -- of care and is recovering.
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