Shane and Meg Ladner, who were injured in a Texas train incident, are flying home tonight, but Meg will go to Atlanta Medical Center.
- POLICE & FIRE
Monday, November 19, 2012
CORRECTION: An editor changed wording in a press release from "awards of valor" to a misnamed award. This version of the story returns the wording to the original. Holly Springs Police Officer Shane Ladner and wife Meg Ladner, the Georgia couple injured when a train hit their parade float in Midland, Texas, were scheduled to leave the Lone Star State today about 4 p.m. The two, set to fly back to Georgia, will land at Peachtree-DeKalb Airport and Meg Ladner, whose leg was amputated, will be transported to Atlanta Medical Center, said Holly Springs police spokesman Lt. Tanya Anderson. "We expect her to be at Atlanta Medical by 8 or 9 p.m.," Anderson added. "I have no updates on condition, prognosis, how long they expect to be at Atlanta […
Shane and Meg Ladner, who were involved in a train accident in Texas, could return to the Atlanta area by the end of the weekend.
Holly Springs Police Officer Shane Ladner and wife Meg Ladner will soon return to the Atlanta area. That's according to Holly Springs Police Chief Ken Ball, who provided an update to on the Ladner's condition. Ball posted on the Holly Springs-Hickory Flat Facebook Page Saturday afternoon, informing residents that Meg Ladner is stable and there are plans to fly the couple back to an Atlanta area hospital "in the next day or so." Ball said Meg Ladner will be admitted to an Atlanta area hospital where she will continue to recover from injuries she sustained in the accident, which occurred late Thursday afternoon in Midland, Texas. The accident claimed the lives of four people and wounded 17. Ball also said Holly Springs Police Chaplain Sgt. …
Police Chief Ken Ball called leaked photographs of Sheriff Roger Garrison in a Ku Klux Klan hood and robe "dirty politics."