'Tough Mudder' Participants Suffer Rashes After Race
According to reports, as many as 350 people are suffering from rashes and other infections after participating in a "Tough Mudder" race in Sonoma County, California. Riley Wills came down with a nasty rash all over his arms and legs, along with a fever. He was diagnosed with a rare skin infection called Aeromonas. Nicole Villagran says she also came home from the race with a rash and flu-like symptoms. Tough Mudder says it followed all necessary protocols before and during the event, adding they are working with local health officials. Inside Edition's Ann Mercogliano has more.