ATLANTA - A Children's Healthcare of Atlanta patient reunited with one of the nurses who cared for him after being bitten by a snake several years ago.
Levi Fisher was bitten by a copperhead on August 3, 2014, when he was just 2-years-old. He was rushed to Scottish Rite, where he spent four days in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU). He was treated with 24 vials of antivenom.
Every year since the attack, on his "snakeversary," Levi thanks the people who helped him. Last year, he brought pizza to the first responders at the fire department.
This year, Levi went back to CHOA and delivered ice cream sandwiches. He also brought a handwritten letter that said, "Thank you for taking care of me! Love, Levi."
While he was at CHOA, Levi got to reunite with one of the PICU nurses who cared for him, Shelbey Fanning.
Levi is now 6-years-old.