Jaycee Worrall is Bitten by a Rattlesnake


July 31, 2019

Watch where you hike, watch for rattle snakes.

Jaycee Worrall is home and doing well after being bitten by a snake. Calista Worrall wrote, "The girls and I were on a walk at our campsite. We were coming back when I heard them yell "Snake" it was then that we heard the rattle. It was cold, so the snake took forever to slither into the grass." She considered this to be a God-given thing because she was able to see the rattlesnake and know how long it was about, 18 inches. "Jaycee was able to walk back to the campsite and said it only felt like a bee sting. (Miracle) Jamie had hurt his back earlier in the week and was icing it, so the i...

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