Karson Coker thought the burns weren't that bad; then he was airlifted to Grady
from The Gainesville Times
When the fire swept over his body, Karson Coker was initially thinking first-degree burns and a trip to Northeast Georgia Medical Center. “It wasn’t like I was standing there on fire,” he said. But that changed quickly after first responders arrived at Coker and wife Calah’s 100-acre White County farm where had been trying to burn brush. Karson called 911 first, then Calah to tell her to start heading to the hospital.
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