Albert Lobo, of Riverside, a former detective for the San Bernardino County Sheriffs Department, contracted pneumonia while working in the sheriff’s Victorville jail. Complications from the sickness robbed him of both his legs, his left arm, and the fingers in his right hand.

January 24, 2014; 06:42 PM

Alfred Lobo’s life changed forever more than three years ago when a case of pneumonia led to his limbs being amputated.

It was the beginning of a difficult battle for the former San Bernardino County sheriff’s detective who has been fighting since, not only to recover, but also with the county over his medical expenses.

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