A young mum's warning others to watch out for the signs of sepsis after her daughter lost a foot to the killer condition just after her first birthday.
Natalie Atkins from Welwyn Garden City wants to share the story of her daughter Scarlett, who is now two, to warn others of the dangers
The infection can lead to organ failure and death without quick treatment.
Natalie initially went to Herts Urgent Care for treatment.
She says a GP told her Scarlet most likely had a sore throat and a viral rash. She's filed a complaint with the General Medical Council and has lawyers investigating the case.
Natalie hopes her story will protect and save others in future.
Lawyers are looking into the case.
Herts Urgent Care issued this statement.
Natalie is keen to raise awareness of sepsis, a condition which kills between 1,000 and 4,000 children under five every year in the UK.
Warwick Davis spoke out about sepsis after his wife nearly died of the disease. You can read more about that here
You can find out more about the symptoms of sepsis here.