An award winning veteran TV journalist in Atlanta died suddenly Wednesday after suffering a 'massive spontaneous stroke, ' while waiting to board a flight for her stepfather's funeral.
Matters came to fore when Davis had a "medical emergency" at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Tuesday morning.
Davis had been a presence on Atlanta TV news for more than 25 years.
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He said her colleagues were still struggling to deal with the news on Thursday.
Just last week Davis thanked a friend who had sent her flowers following her stepfather's passing, writing on Twitter: "Thanks to my GF Debbie Turman for the lovely flowers as I grieve over the loss of my pops".
She was en-route to Texas for her step-father's funeral at the time.
Davis had retired in 2013 from Fox5 Atlanta, following a very public DUI arrest, according to the Atlanta Constitution Journal. "Her family is asking for privacy at this hard time", CBS 46 wrote online.
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Davis graduated Magna Cum Laude from Clark Atlanta University.
Davis had also shared a Facebook post about celebrating Christmas after losing a loved one. The anchor struggled with alcoholism while in the public eye, finding herself in a auto crash and being arrested for a DUI.
Davis is survived by her mother and daughter, Hollywood writer Melora Rivera.
As news of Davis' death spread, people offered tributes on Twitter.
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She wrote: 'Stay strong, keep praising the Lord'.