SPECIAL REPORT: THE GOLDEN HOUR: The race to save Andrew Hall

On the morning of April 20, Andrew Hall, 19, was standing outside his apartment, waiting for a friend.

Then the Honda slammed into his body, and witness Krista Hyde called 911.

At 1:03 a.m. the clock started ticking on Andrew Hall's golden hour.

Story By Rita Farlow and Michael A. Moscardini | Photos and audio by Douglas R. Clifford
Video by Joseph Garnett Jr. & Maurice Rivenbark | Video production by Jack Rowland
Illustrations by Don Morris | Multimedia by Desiree Perry | Audio editing by Ted McLaren

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How to help
  • Andrew S. Hall Charitable Fund
    To donate, make a deposit at any SunTrust Bank or mail a check with a note that it is for this fund to SunTrust Bank, Mail Teller, P.O. Box 27572, Richmond, VA 23261-7572.
  • The Golden Hour: Medics live by a principle that they have 60 minutes to get a critically injured patient to a trauma center. For Andrew Hall, they beat the clock. And the odds.
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