"Surgeon here. Saw hardened trauma nurses leaving an operating room looking grim and a bit green. I went in to see what the fuss was.
A homeless man was attacked by Rottweilers, incapacitated, and they proceeded to eat all the flesh from both legs and one arm as he lay there helpless.
Don't ask me how he lived but he survived that and ultimately lived long enough to leave the hospital. I will be haunted by the look of just his leg bones, intact, with no flesh on them (arm was gone). He still had the interosseus tendon holding the tibia to the fibula but otherwise just intact leg bones completely free of flesh. Feet gone of course."
"My sister is a Registered Nurse in an ER. On one of her shifts, she got a patient who came in screaming in pain, this woman didn't have a bowel movement for two months.
My sister examined her and her rectum was wide open, there was a huge hole that you could look into. My sister gave her an enema but the feces stuck in this woman's rectum was rock hard and would not come out. Eventually my sister had to pull it out. After it all came out, my sister looked down and saw a cockroach crawling around in the feces."
"This story is my brothers who is an EMT.
Ambulance called for a homeless man who complains of severe foot pain. Upon trying to inspect the foot, it comes off, just pulls away like an apple plucked from a tree. Revealing the man's lower leg bones, and a horrendous infection.
He would survive, but not until he had his leg amputated at the mid thigh."