This case involves a male patient in his twenties who presented to the ER with pain in his right hip that had gotten progressively worse over the course of a week. Upon admission, he was found to have a severely elevated temperature, and had reportedly been suffering from severe chills the day prior to presenting to the hospital. He had a markedly elevated CPK and elevated D-dimer, and was complaining of extreme pain in his right hip. Despite being admitted to the hospital, doctors failed to recognize that he was suffering from a necrotizing soft tissue infection in his hip. The patient died after two days in the hospital.