Shane Hall Death – A 37-year-old Cedar Hill man who was reported missing has been found dead following a deadly motorcycle accident. The victim has been identified as Shane Hall. According to reports, Shane Hall passed away from injuries sustained in the motorcycle crash. The accident happened on Saturday, the 1st of July 2023. He was a dedicated and loving husband, a father that demonstrated that greatness could be achieved through hard work and passion and a man that exemplified that a humble spirit and joyous heart could improve the lives of all around him.
How did Shane Hall die?
According to reports, Shane Hall who left home last night on his motorcycle in Dittmer around 6 PM has tragically passed away. Shane Hall was pronounced dead after he was involved in a motorcycle accident. No further information was mentioned. The details surrounding the accident were not stated. Thoughts and prayers are with his family during this difficult time.
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Who was Shane Hall?
Shane Hall was born on July 25, 1985, in Cedar Hill, Missouri. Shane, a remarkable individual, completed his studies at Northwest graduate in 2004. He was an extraordinary dad, husband, son, grandson, nephew, and friend. Residing in Grubville, Missouri, he had a profound impact on those who knew him, as loving him came naturally. With a perpetually cheerful disposition, he embodied an easy-going and fun-loving nature, always wearing a radiant smile. Shane embraced life to its utmost, leaving no stone unturned.
Shane Hall obituary and funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date by the family.
Related story: Cedar Hill man, Byrnesville woman injured in motorcycle crash
According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, an accident occurred in the early hours of Friday, June 30, involving a man from Cedar Hill and a woman from Byrnesville. The incident took place at the intersection of Hwy. 30 and Strode Manor Road, southwest of Dittmer, resulting in injuries. Steven K. Doughty, a 49-year-old from Cedar Hill, was riding a 2004 Harley-Davidson Road King heading west when he collided with a deer. The impact caused both Doughty and his passenger, Teresa L. Ward, a 60-year-old from Byrnesville, to be thrown from the motorcycle.
Doughty sustained moderate injuries, while Ward’s injuries were reported as serious. Doughty received treatment at the scene, and Ward was transported by Big River Ambulance to Mercy Hospital South in south St. Louis County. As of today, July 1, no updates regarding their conditions have been made available. The Missouri State Highway Patrol noted that neither Doughty nor Ward were wearing helmets, or at least not ones approved by the Department of Transportation. Unfortunately, the motorcycle was deemed a total loss due to the accident.
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