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Woman's four limbs amputated after allergic reaction put her into septic shock

***EXCLUSIVE*** MONTICELLO, GEORGIA, USA: An allergic reaction put this woman into SEPTIC SHOCK with just a NINE PER CENT chance of survival - but now she’s living life to the full as a QUADRUPLE AMPUTEE after her limbs turned BLACK. Mentor and speaker, Kim Gilliam Steele (53) who lives in Monticello, Georgia, USA, was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease in August 1992 which has been monitored by doctors throughout her life. After a colonoscopy showed spots on her colon, Kim was prescribed a type of chemotherapy medication called MP6/Mercaptopurine on May 9, 2016, to see if her condition might improve without having to have a colostomy. Within a few days Kim started to experience strange symptoms; she had no energy, couldn’t eat, was vomiting, had a fever, was slurring her words and her mouth was persistently dry despite how much she drank. Then on May 14, Kim’s symptoms escalated when her tongue swelled and she couldn’t breathe, walk or stay coherent. Worried, Kim’s ex-husband, Todd, drove her to A&E as it was clear she was having a severe allergic reaction. Within 30 minutes of arriving at the hospital, Kim coded three times and was intubated and put into a coma, her liver and kidneys had started to fail, and she was in septic shock. Her family were told that she had just a nine per cent chance of surviving the night. Kim’s sepsis was treated with antibiotics and IV fluids and pressers were used to keep the blood flow to her heart to keep her alive. When Kim came out of her coma on May 18, she had no idea what had happened to her but knew something was wrong when she saw her hands were black. Kim’s hands and legs had turned black when her blood supply stopped pumping to her extremities. Her limbs couldn’t be saved, and she had both hands amputated at the wrist on July 6, 2016, and became a quadruple amputee on November 15, 2016, when her legs were amputated below the knee. After 296 days in hospital and rehabilitation facilities, Kim was discharged on February 3, 2017. Adjusting to life without hands or legs was difficult at first but Kim has adapted to her new life and worked relentlessly to take her first steps with prosthetic legs on December 28, 2016. Since then, Kim has gone from strength to strength, she’s zip lined, gone sky diving and snorkelled – she lives everyday as if it is her last and wants to show others that if she can go outside of her comfort zone, anyone can.

World's most colourful spider

***EXCLUSIVE*** The tiny peacock spider which was given a special photoshoot by Pavan Tavrekere using multiple flashes to bring out the multicolours in Bangalore, India. These amazing photos show a "riot of colour" - as the world's most colourful spider was captured with multiple camera flashes to show it in all its vivid, rainbow glory. The tiny peacock spider measures just 0.3 inches (0.75cm) in length - but what it lacks in size, it makes up for in its luminous hues of pink, blue, purple, red, and orange. And amateur photographer Pavan Tavrekere, 31, was so astounded by the little arachnid, that he decided he had to show off just how vivid it was.

FRAKTA bag hat

***EXCLUSIVE*** IKEA's iconic FRAKTA bag hasn't failed to make its impact on the realm of fashion. While select brick-and-mortar stores have featured the item for quite some time, the product has now officially been released online and instore at all U.S. locations. Price: $4