Investigation continues after woman killed by train in Wayne Co.
Good Friday morning from the Daybreak Team! Happy Weekend Eve!!
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Here's a list of the headlines you can expect to see this morning on THE News at Daybreak:
We'll have new details about the women killed yesterday in a train accident in Wayne County.
We are working on more information about a 9-year-old boy that was shot in the head with a 22 rifle yesterday that has left him in critical condition at Memorial.
A severe thunderstorm watch remains in effect for parts of northern and central Georgia. We'll keep checking in with a live look at Atlanta throughout the morning and Meteorologist Dave Turley will let us know what's happening right now.
You're invited to a night of music and art this weekend to remember a SCAD student and his love for both. We'll have details on the A-Town Get Down Music and Arts Fest happening in Savannah.
Jamie Ertle will have morning traffic updates before you head out the door. Email Jamie your traffic tips to email@example.com.
Dave Turley will have Friday's weather forecast as well as a look at what we can expect throughout the weekend.
Here's a list of things you can check out on WTOC.com:
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