King William teen killed in SUV crash

Erin W. Hall

Erin W. Hall

KING WILLIAM COUNTY, Va. — Erin W. Hall, an 18-year-old woman from King William, was killed early Thursday morning on Route 30.

Hall was driving a Ford Escape south on Route 30, near Route 644 in King William, when she lost control of the SUV.

The SUV struck two trees and Hall was ejected from the vehicle.

Hall, who was alone in the SUV, was not wearing a seat belt when she crashed, police said.

“She was amazing, beautiful, smart, and funny,” her boyfriend Trae Ferguson said. “She was all around a beautiful person, so caring and loving. I’m glad I got to tell her I loved her and I always will.”

Hall, a student a Reynolds Community College, was a manager at an area Subway restaurant, Ferguson said.

The crash remains under investigation.

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