LAKELAND, Fla - Megan Kimbrough, 26, who was burned alive back in August and has fought for her life ever since, is now on hospice and expected to live anywhere from a few more hours to a couple days, according to family.
Just three weeks ago Megan underwent her twelfth surgery and was doing well. However, she took a turn for the worse shortly after when she contracted an infection.
Police suspect Megan's husband, Joshua Kimbrough, 32, poured gasoline on her and the lit her on fire inside their Lakeland home. Megan was burned over 80 percent of her body.
In a Facebook message posted on Megan's outreach page Thursday night, her Aunt Alisa wrote:
"Megan is very, very ill. None of the medications are working. The hospital has had hospice come in as well as Megan's team of doctors to explain what will happen from here. Megan's mom had went home for a week and her and mamma are on there way back now to be by Megan's side through this. We don't know how long she has it could be days or weeks just not sure. It is up to God now."
Since the tragedy, support from around the country and around the world has come in for Megan. Her aunt thanked everyone for the support and posted the following:
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