Online Video Reportedly Shows Agnes Kim Talking for First Time after Accident

ATLANTA — A video posted on a crowdfunding website Monday reportedly shows UGA student Agnes Kim talking for the first time after a deadly car accident in in April.

According to posts on the site, Kim was in a coma for more than a month after the accident and is currently undergoing care at the Shepherd Center in Atlanta.

The car accident, which happened at night on April 27th in Oconee County, killed four UGA students in the final weeks of the spring semester: Brittany Feldman, Kayla Canedo and Christina Semeria died at the scene; Halle Scott died at Athens Regional Medical Center.

Grady Newsource has been unable to reach the creator of the video to confirm its authenticity and has been unable to reach Kim’s parents.

If you wish to follow Agnes Kim’s journey, click here.

By: Dillon Richards

 

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