An award winning veteran TV journalist in Atlanta died suddenly Wednesday after suffering a 'massive spontaneous stroke, ' while waiting to board a flight for her stepfather's funeral.
Amanda Davis was at the Atlanta airport Tuesday when she was rushed to the hospital and underwent treatment, according to CBS46.
She was en-route to Texas for her step-father's funeral at the time.
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Teigen, who called the ordeal "a flight to nowhere", tweeted that the unauthorised passenger "must be so mortified". The airline did not immediately say why the wrong boarding pass was accepted.
The star had worked at Fox5 Atlanta for 26 years, retiring in 2013. A statement on the station's website said Davis' "family is asking for privacy at this hard time".
Her colleagues shared messages of love and support for the anchor and her family.
In Davis' last tweet on December 20, she thanked her friend Debbie Turman for sending flowers after the death of her father. Our thoughts and prayers are with her loved ones during this hard time. "You were an Atlanta news staple", Perry said.
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As news of Davis' death spread, people offered tributes on Twitter. On Wednesday, according to USA Today, she passed away surrounded by family members. She will be missed by many. "After arrests for driving under the influence, Davis did a three-part series a year ago revealing her alcoholism for the first time and her road to recovery".
"I feel whole again, ready to see what life has in store for me next", she said.
Davis joined CBS46 as a morning anchor in January. She captioned it, "Stay strong, keep praising the Lord ❤️" The comment thread is now filled with expressions of grief about Davis' own death. 'She will be remembered for that, for having the strength to persevere and overcome'.
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