Virginia Tech student, Glen Allen High grad Haydn Woodall killed in wreck

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Haydn Woodall

Haydn Woodall

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Va. — Family members of 20-year-old Haydn Woodall said the Virginia Tech student and Glen Allen High School graduate was killed in a car accident in Montgomery County over the weekend.

Woodall’s family said he died in a crash early Saturday morning that Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office told WDBJ injured four people, including the driver of the vehicle and three other passengers.

Deputies were dispatched aground 2:10 a.m. to the single-vehicle crash in the Lusters Gate Road area between Woodland Hills Drive and Greenbrier Circle, accoring to WDBJ. That’s where first responders discovered a car that had driven over an embankment and landed on its roof.

The sheriff’s office is investigating the wreck.

Madeline Woodall, Haydn’s sister, tells CBS 6 News that her brother died in the accident.  She said her brother was a sophomore majoring in bio chem.

“My mind, body, soul and heart are in a million pieces. We miss you so much Haydn. This pain is unbearable. You died too young, too soon. I want you to know that I love you with every single being in my body. You were charismatic, handsome, joyful, made me laugh, and were the best brother I could have ever asked for. I love you Haydn more than you ever knew. We will NEVER forget you.
Love your big sister,” Madeline Woodall wrote on her Instagram account.

Madeline said a visitation for Haydn will be held at Bennett Funeral Home at 11020 W. Broad Street on Wednesday from 4 to 8 p.m.

Woodall’s friends took to social media after the sudden loss to honor his memory.

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