Beloved Atlanta TV Anchor Dies of Stroke While at Airport

Screen shot of Amanda Davis Facebook page

Screen shot of Amanda Davis Facebook page

Davis was waiting to board her flight to Texas when she suffered the sudden stroke, with medics unable to save her.

Amanda Davis a veteran Atlanta CBS46 morning anchor has died after suffering a 'massive spontaneous stroke' while en route to her stepfather's funeral.

She had recently written about her father's death on Twitter.

She worked at WAGA-TV for 26 years starting in 1986, when it was a CBS affiliate.

"Her family is asking for privacy at this hard time", the station said.

"It's not easy to pass this along but we do have to pass along some sad news about our friend and our colleague Amanda Davis", anchor Sharon Reed shared in an emotional CBS 46 broadcast on Wednesday. Amanda was at the airport on her way to San Antonio, where she was headed following the death of her stepfather.

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'Stay strong, keep praising the Lord, ' Davis wrote. While working at WAGA-TV, she interviewed Barack Obama.

Her colleages also posted tributes to her on social media. "So sad to hear she has passed". She talked about her struggles with alcoholism in 2016 with the newspaper, saying that she attended Alcoholics Anonymous meetings two to three times a week and saw a psychiatrist.

"I feel whole again, ready to see what life has in store for me next", she said. She was taken to a hospital and underwent treatment but later died.

Davis is survived by her mother and daughter, Hollywood writer Melora Rivera.

Amanda Davis, the morning news anchor for CBS46, has tragically died, the television station announced on December 27, 2017.

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