This photo provided by Dawn Gaes shows Poudre High School baseball player Taylor Gaes during a baseball game. The 16-year-old died June 8, 2015, of septicemic plague according to Larimer County Health Department spokeswomen Katie O'Donnell. Taylor likely came into contact with the plague through a flea bite or after having contact with a dead animal on the family's property in the rural Cherokee Park area northwest of Fort Collins, O'Donnell said. (Dawn Gaes/The Coloradoan via AP)

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