A woman from Canon City is still fighting the effects of the H1N1 virus after it almost killed her 2009.
In October of that year, Kayla Kammrad broke her foot and went to St. Thomas More Hospital in Canon City. She had spiked a fever and a couple of... more »
These days, Kayla Kammrad looks happy and healthy, her oxygen tubing the only hint of the medical battle she's fought and won.
The Cañon City mom had been hospitalized since mid October with a severe case of H1N1 flu.
Her pulmonologist, Dr. Russell Lee, said Kayla's was the... more »
Kayla Kammrad has been in the ICU at Penrose Main Hospital in Colorado Springs with the H1N1 virus since mid-October. The Canon City woman has been listed in critical condition most of that time, and doctors were cautious about her ability to recover.
Now, the 22-year old is talking... more »
Kayla Kammrad has a favorite dish at the Good Thyme Cafe in Canon City, but it's not on the menu.
"The 'Kayla Wrap' has chicken, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, green peppers, mushrooms, cheese, and she always got it with a big ol' side of ranch," says Makayla Snelson, Kayla's friend.... more »
The Canon City woman who contracted the H1N1 virus more than three weeks ago is showing signs of improvement, according to her father.
Mike Williams tells News First 5 his daughter, Kayla Kammrad, is looking more like herself. She's been in the ICU of Penrose Hospital in critical condition... more »
Two weeks ago, Kayla Kammrad got the flu. When her fever spiked to 105 degrees and she had trouble breathing, she went to St. Thomas More Hospital in Canon City.
Doctors told her she had the H1N1 virus. She stayed there for four days, but when her oxygen level... more »