Amanda was at the on Tuesday when she rushed to the hospital and underwent treatment.
However, Davis returned to work at CBS46 in January of this year, with the company releasing a statement following her death, which read: "Her family is asking for privacy at this hard time".
Davis worked as a news anchor in Atlanta for more than three decades.
Davis' family is "asking for privacy at this hard time". Amanda was a morning news anchor and noon news anchor for Atlanta's station CBS 46.
Davis, a popular face in Atlanta news, wasn't shy about sharing her story of overcoming the odds.
Davis gave an interview detailing her battle with alcoholism in a 2016 interview with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. She wrote on Facebook on Christmas Eve about how hard it is to get through the holidays after losing a loved one saying, "Stay strong, keep praising the Lord". The same year, she admitted she was an alcoholic and talked about her personal struggles in a three-part series with CBS 46. "You were an Atlanta news staple", Perry said.
Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed expressed his thoughts via tweet: "Saddened to hear about the sudden passing of Atlanta news icon, Amanda Davis. She will truly be missed".
"I feel whole again, ready to see what life has in store for me next", she said. 'She will be remembered for that, for having the strength to persevere and overcome'. According to AJC.com, "the Emmy-award winning journalist joined CBS 46 as a morning in January after spending 26 years at WAGA-TV". She was one of the inaugural hosts of FOX 5's Good Day Atlanta.