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  • Policies often don't exist for academic travel such as trip that killed Ga. nursing students

    ATLANTA The Georgia Southern University nursing students involved in this week's horrific traffic accident were pursuing their future craft in the best possible way, with real-world experience outside the classroom, in a hospital similar to where they would likely spend much of their careers.
  • Decision on charges in 5 Ga. crash deaths could take months

    A decision on whether to bring criminal charges in a fiery interstate crash that killed five Georgia nursing students could take months as investigators work to piece together details of the collision, authorities said Thursday. The deadly, chain-...

    Before fatal crash, truck company flagged

    ATLANTA Federal inspectors had warned of a possible calamity involving the carrier that owns the truck that initiated a multiple car pileup near Savannah early Wednesday morning, killing five Georgia Southern University nursing students. Now, as...

    5 nursing students killed in Georgia interstate crash

    Five nursing students died early Wednesday in a chain-reaction crash in southeast Georgia that authorities said began when a tractor-trailer failed to slow down and smashed into stop-and-go traffic. Those killed were traveling on Interstate 16 near...

    5 nursing students die in multi-vehicle crash in Georgia

    ATLANTA They were five college students with big dreams. The young women wanted to be nurses, and they were getting real-life experience at a Savannah hospital, about an hour away from Georgia Southern University. While most of their classmates were...