(The Red & Black) – Agnes Kim is a 24-year-old University of Georgia graduate who loves Christian music, calls herself a “social butterfly” and wants to be an occupational therapist. She is also the survivor of a critical brain injury.
“I’ve been doing so well, and I’m wanting to do more and more things by myself now,” Kim said. “Like really basic things.” Kim, who now lives in Snellville with her parents, was the driver and sole survivor of a fatal car crash in April 2016 in which four UGA students — Christina Semeria, Brittany Feldman, Kayla Canedo and Halle Scott — died.
Students gathered at the Young Life Center on campus that night to pray for the families and Kim’s recovery, and UGA President Jere W. Morehead spoke to students the next day as hundreds gathered at the Tate Student Center and Greek houses along South Milledge Avenue to celebrate the four women’s lives. CONTINUE