Andrew Dys

March 29, 2014 1:26 PM

Despite outpouring, Rock Hill spider bite victim still short $16,000 for transplants

Richard Jenkins, 31, believes that a black widow spider bite that went undiagnosed almost 8 years ago caused infection that ruined his organs.

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