Amanda Davis Cause of Death: How Did Atlanta Anchor Die?

Posted December 29, 2017

Amanda Davis has died after suffering a massive stroke.

Just last week she shared a photo on Twitter of a bouquet of flowers she had been sent in the wake of her stepfather's death.

Amanda Davis won an Emmy for her journalism skill. The station reported Davis suffered a stroke and was rushed to the hospital.

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At CBS46, Davis helped launch "Good Day Atlanta" as a host in 1992 before going to evenings, and a regular segment called Wednesday's Child, which highlights foster children to be adopted each week, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.

Television news anchor from Atlanta, Georgia, Amanda Davis, died Wednesday after a heart stroke.

Davis was in the Atlanta news industry for more than 30 years, starting at WAGA in 1986.

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She was arrested and charged with DUI after driving the wrong way on Piedmont Avenue in Midtown Atlanta in 2012 while she was at WAGA. And she marveled over the three-part series Davis did in 2016 about her alcoholism.

On December 24, Davis posted a Christmas message on Facebook that read, "The first Christmas after you lose someone is hard". 'I wanted to believe that there was still a way they could help me control it'. She captioned it, "Stay strong, keep praising the Lord ❤️" The comment thread is now filled with expressions of grief about Davis' own death.

"I was saddened to hear about the passing of Amanda Davis". "I'm here to say I fell down, hard, but I got back up".

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However, Davis returned to work at CBS46 in January of this year, with the company releasing a statement following her death, which read: "Her family is asking for privacy at this hard time. I remember meeting and taking a picture with her when was about 8 or 9 yrs old", recalled one woman on social media.