Kamron Redding-Hall, 26, killed in motorcycle crash on I-84 in East Hartford, Connecticut

Modified Date: 
Mon, 08/10/2015 - 8:14pm
Accident Date: 
Friday, August 7, 2015

Community Mourns Father, Coach Killed in Crash

They are remembering a beloved coach who was killed in a motorcycle crash. Police say 26-year-old Kamron Redding-Hall was riding on Friday night in East Hartford. The coach had been a running back at Weaver High School where the team won several state championships. But things went horribly wrong on the Exit 55 off ramp on I-84 East that night. Police are still investigating the crash and ask anyone with information to give them a call.

Youth Team Prepares for Football Season Without Beloved Coach

Instead, the Hartford Hurricanes found themselves gearing up for the football season without him. Kamron Redding-Hall, affectionately known as "Coach Kam," should have been at Keney Park instructing the junior Peewee team Monday evening. Redding-Hall's family said the response has been overwhelming and is humbled by the support that continues pouring in. "He'll forever live as long as I'm still here," said Redding-Hall's brother, Keatric Redding, who also coaches the Hartford Hurricanes. This Saturday's "Stop the Violence Jamboree" at Colt Park in Hartford will be renamed the Kamron Redding-Hall Bowl.
People Involved: 
Kamron Redding-Hall

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