JOPLIN, MO.--- The Center for Decease Control released a new study reporting the mold "Mucormycosis," can be deadly when it enters deep wounds. The fungus can be found anywhere in nature but is not dangerous unless a person with a severe injury comes in contact with it. CDC researchers found 13 Joplin tornado victims with penetrating wounds had the fungus in their bodies. Five of those people died from a severe "Mucormycosis" infection. The study also points out only two antifungal drugs have been successful in treating the fungal infection.