Conjoined twins Chance Aiden Crafton and Chandler Kaiden Crafton died Wednesday night from “multiple complex medical complications” two days after they were born at Georgia Regents Medical Center, the hospital confirmed Thursday.
The conjoined twins receiving treatment in the neonatal intensive care unit at Children’s Hospital of Georgia died last night due to multiple complex medical complications, according to a news statement.
The boys—who shared a heart and liver—were delivered by C-section on Monday at the Georgia Regents Medical Center and remained in critical condition in the NICU in the adjoining children’s hospital for two days.
The South Carolina State Law Enforcement Division is investigating an officer-involved fatal shooting in Aiken late Wednesday.
About 8:38 p.m., Aiken County deputies responded to a home in the 1300 block of Pine Drive NW in reference to a domestic dispute involving a man and a woman, Capt. Nick Gallam said. Deputies cleared the scene but returned roughly nine minutes later after hearing two gunshots. They entered the home and found homeowner Brian Gavin, 57, pointing a firearm at the woman.
Both Aquinas and Lincoln County will open the playoffs at home for the Class A state playoffs.
The 9-1 Irish, the Region 7-A champions, are seeded third in the Class A private bracket and will play 14 seed Brookstone in the first round next Friday as they look to win a state title for the second time in three years. The Cougars are 6-4 after missing the playoffs a year ago.
Natural gas provider SCANA Energy is joining forces again this year with United Military Care to help Georgia service members, veterans and their families stay warm through a special fund they’ve started.
Simone McKinney, SCANA spokeswoman, said Tuesday that the utility company launched its “Heat for Heroes” campaign this week to capitalize on the $12,000 in estimated donations it contributed to the joint effort last winter.
A 64-year-old Alabama woman told police she was tricked out of $200 by a man she met at an Augusta ATM.
The victim contacted police to report the deception about 3 p.m. Tuesday.
According to a Richmond County sheriff’s incident report, the woman was attempting to get money out of an ATM at Walgreens on Wrightsboro Road but was having difficulty with the machine. A man came over to assist her, then offered to sell her a $500 MasterCard gift card for $200. She agreed and he helped her get money out of the machine.