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A Kansas City woman is in intensive care at North Kansas City following the birth of her child last week.
Travis Stuteville told KMBC's Dan Weinbaum that his wife, Angela, may be suffering from complications of the H1N1 flu. She is in a medically induced coma.
"It struck fast -- it grabbed her and pulled her down with no warning," Stuteville said.
Doctors have not confirmed it is H1N1. They are waiting on test results.
Stuteville said his wife became sick just days before her scheduled birth. "Thursday, her fever was worse --I took her temperature and she had a 103.2 temp. Our concern was for that little baby inside," Stuteville said.
On Friday, the couple's son, Jaxson, was born, and mother and child were separated. Jaxson spent a week in isolation as a precaution. "Mom never got to hold him -- rough thing for a mom," Stuteville said. Stuteville said his wife's condition got worse. On Sunday, she went on a ventilator to help her breathe.
Stuteville said some of the medical staff told him they suspect it's the H1N1 virus.
Test results will take about five days.
Originally posted by pluckynoonez
reply to post by Arrowmancer
What are you talking about? I mentioned that Denver was safe and everyone freaked like they had something to prove. The fact remains, I am the one in Denver, and only I know how safe it is.
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Colorado Springs (NORAD HQ.), Warren AFB Complex (Minuteman missiles, area within a line connecting Grover, Briggsdale, Fort Morgan, Sedgwick, and along state line to Grover again), Fort Carson.
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