This case involves a twenty-four-year-old male who had a medical history significant for numerous knee injuries requiring surgical reconstruction. The third attempt at surgical repair of his left knee was complicated postoperatively. During the immediate recovery phase, the patient complained of severe pain in the contralateral leg and the patient was rushed back to the OR for an emergent fasciotomy. Three days later, when a reassessment of the wound was conducted, it was determined that a vast majority of the lower limb muscle was not viable and required removal. It is documented that the vascular surgeon present at the second exploration stated that the initial, decompression procedure may have been inadequate.