A KELOLAND girl is lucky to be alive after her immune system sent her into toxic shock back in February.
Alisha Mueller is facing several challenges following the incident including learning how to walk again on a new prosthetic leg. Her goal is to be able to stroll into school at the end of August.
“That was the first thing I remember. I cried and I told them to write a letter to my teacher and classmates telling them not to treat me differently and be respectful. I didn’t want to be an outcast at school,” Alisha said.
Coming up on Friday’s EYE on KELOLAND, we’ll show you what Alisha’s been through and what was used to save her life at the Sanford Children’s Hospital.