ATLANTA — The survivor of a crash that killed four UGA students is making major progress in her recovery.
Agnes Kim, 21, was driving a Toyota Camry with four other young women on Highway 15 in Oconee County when the vehicle crossed the center line and collided with an oncoming car April 27.
University of Georgia students Kayla Canedo, Brittany Feldman, Christina Semeria and Halle Scott were killed in the crash.
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Kim suffered a brain injury and has been in rehabilitation at the Shepherd Center in Atlanta since May.
In a video posted on her You Caring page, Kim speaks for the first time and thanks everyone who has been praying for her and supporting her since the crash.
"Thank you for praying for me. I am getting better," Kim said in the video.
Her family hopes she will be back on her feet and out of the Shepherd Center soon.
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