E. coli strikes teen in Paris

The Lake Geneva teen who returned home last week after an E. coli diagnosis overseas described his experience and thanked supporters in a pair of videos Monday. 

Nathan Dyer started feeling sick during a trip to Morocco and was taken to a Paris hospital where he was in a coma for a period of time. Doctors later diagnosed him with E. coli. 

He returned home where he is still recovering. He’s feeling neurological and physical effects of being in a coma. Doctors in Paris said he should make a full recovery. 

Oh, and E. coli doesn’t work that fast. It takes a couple of days.

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