Don Logana, morning news anchor and investigative reporter at WTOC-TV in Savannah, was killed in a car crash Sunday, Nov. 20.|
Logana had worked at WTOC 11 for more than a decade and started anchoring the morning news with Cyreia Sandlin after Mike Manhatton lost his battle with cancer in 2014.
Logana began his TV news career in his hometown of Syracuse, New York, at WIXT-TV. He started as an intern and became a producer and reporter before moving to Watertown, New York, to become reporter and anchor at WWTI-TV.
WTOC 11 News Director Scott Galloway said the newsroom has taken a terrible hit.
"Don was a great guy and such a big part of WTOC and our newsroom family, his loss has left us with a huge void that will be tough to fill," Galloway said.
Logana received multiple awards and honors, the station said in a written statement .
"Most recently, Don was voted Best Local TV News Anchor 2016 by Connect Savannah," the station said.
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Published in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Nov. 20, 2016