- Associated Press - Thursday, October 27, 2016

ATLANTA (AP) - Authorities say a University of Georgia student who survived a crash that killed four of her friends in April has been released after months of rehabilitation for a brain injury.

The Shepherd Center in Atlanta said in a statement Thursday that 22-year-old Agnes Kim has been discharged from the facility, and will continue receiving care in an outpatient rehabilitation program.

Kim had been admitted to the Shepherd Center in May.

Four other students who were passengers in a car driven by Kim were killed in the April 27 crash on a highway in Oconee County. The Georgia State Patrol said Kim’s car crossed the highway’s centerline and crashed into an oncoming vehicle.

The driver of the other car, Abby Short, was released from a hospital shortly after the crash.

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