Information and tributes to GSU accident victims

Information and tributes to GSU accident victims (Image 1)

 News 3 is learning more about the victims of the Georgia Southern nursing students who lost their lives in a multi-vehicle accident Thursday.

  21-year-old Abbie Deloach was from Savannah and a graduate of Savannah Christian.  She was a junior at GSU in the nursing program along with the rest of the students in the accident.  Other nursing students within the program are wearing bracelets in honor of the victims.  Flags were flying at half staff throughout Statesboro and surrounding areas.  GSU Softball and Baseball teams will be wearing stickers on their helmets in their honor.

  20-year-old Morgan Bass was from Leesburg, Georgia and a member of the Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority.

  21-year-old Caitlyn Baggett of Millen Georgia was a Honor Graduate of Emanuel County Institute.  She graduated in 2012.

  21-year-old Catherine McKay Pittman was from Alpharetta Georgia and graduated in 2012 from Milton High School.  She was a member of the Alpha Delta Chi Sorority.

 20-year-old Emily Clark of Powder Springs Georgia graduated from Harrison High School in 2012 and was a cheerleader there.  She was a member of the Alpha Delta Pi Sorority.

  Our news partner WXIA spoke to friends of Clark who said she was excited about getting her white coat.  They also said she was extremely close to her family.

   Georgia Southern is holding a candlelight vigil in honor of the lost.  You can watch the memorial starting at 7pm by clicking here.

  For more information on the Wednesday’s accident, click here.

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