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‘Left behind to be slaughtered’: Georgia student who worked as military translator desperate to save parents
A 24-year-old nursing student on St. Simons Island who was born and raised in Afghanistan and worked with the U.S. military as an interpreter is desperate to get her parents out of the country. They were left behind as the final five U.S. military aircraft left Monday.
NTSB releases details of chaos as Golden Ray capsized
Nearly two years after a 600-foot Korean car carrier overturned onto St. Simons Sound while sailing out of the Port of Brunswick, salvage crews are now cutting the final remaining piece of the shipwreck into two sections that will be hauled away for scrap.
Gov. Kemp calls up more troops as hospitals brim with COVID-19 patients
COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations are on the cusp of surpassing January peaks in Georgia as hospitals worried Monday that the delta variant of the respiratory illness threatens to suck some Georgia hospitals dry of medical oxygen, a key treatment for people struggling to breathe.
Coastal Georgia nursing student desperate to get family in Afghanistan to safety
As thousands risk their own safety to flee Afghanistan amid the Taliban takeover, images of smiling families successfully arriving in the U.S. underscore the ongoing anxiety for many still desperately working to get their loved ones to safety.
National Guard members arrive at Southeast Georgia Health System in Brunswick
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp on Tuesday announced he was deploying 105 members of the National Guard to more than a dozen hospitals across the state, including eight members who arrived Wednesday at Southeast Georgia Health System in Brunswick.