Georgia Anchor Dies in Car Crash

A Savanah newsroom is dealing with the death of their morning Anchor.

WTOC morning Anchor Don Logana died in a weekend car crash on Highway 17 near the Talmadge Bridge in South Carolina.

Logana was the weekday morning Anchor and Investigative Reporter for WTOC.

He spent a dozen years covering news in the Savannah/Hilton Head market. Most recently, Logana was voted Best Local TV News Anchor 2016 by Connect Savannah.

Larry Silbermann, WTOC 11 Vice President/General Manager stated, “Don was not only a valued member of our WTOC family, but a trusted friend to all.” Scott Galloway, WTOC 11 News Director further claimed, “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.”

Before WTOC Logana began his career in his hometown of Syracuse, New York at WIXT. He started as an intern and rose to the ranks of Producer and Reporter and later moved to Watertown, NY to become Reporter and Anchor at WWTI.