Camrynn Reynolds Lebanon CT died in car accident near Savin Lake Park; GoFundMe

Lyman Memorial High School student passed away in deadly car crash on Saturday, Learn more about Camrynn Reynolds death and obituary

Camrynn Reynolds Death – A Lyman Memorial High School student has tragically passed away unexpectedly. Camrynn Reynolds died in a car accident that happened on Saturday, October 21, 2023. According to reports, the beloved student was pronounced dead after law enforcement agencies responded to the scene of a crash at approximately 3:41 A. M.

According to law enforcement agencies, a family members reportedly contacted state police at approximately 1:31 a.m., stating that their loved one was late returning home. According to the investigating department, Camrynn Reynolds, who police say was last seen in a car was found by the Savin Lake Park region of Lebanon around 3:41.

Preliminary investigations determined that police found Reynolds’ body after he had driven off the road into a rural area. There was no criminal intent in this collision, according to the police. Law enforcement agencies are working to determine if alcohol was a factor. A GoFundMe Account has been created by the family to help raise funds for his funeral.

Camrynn was the brightest soul you could’ve encountered. He put others before himself and filled a room up with smiles and laughter. Please donate to help the family and friends of Camrynn get through this heart wrenching time. Help them find peace in the void that he left down here

The Lyman Memorial High School released a support plan for students and staffs who may have being affected by the incident. “Please reach out to School Counselor Dave Tedesco at 860-642-5682, School Counselor Darlene Loukides at860-642-5685, School Social Worker Sabena Escott 860-642-5684, School Psychologist Melanie Dunphy 860-642-3031, Asst. Principal Susan Mike 860-642-3568 or Principal James Apicelli 860-642-3547.”

Camrynn Reynolds Obituary and Funeral Arrangements will be Released by the Family

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