Illustrations by Don Morris | Multimedia by Desiree Perry
Sources: Witness Krista Hyde, for location of Andrew Hall's body and leg; Pinellas County Sheriff's Office, for fender, grill, shoe and wallet; Progress Energy, for the downed power poles.
RETURN TO INTRODUCTION
In court drunk driver said he was sorry, but... (May 12, 2010)
Suit says Clearwater Beach bar responsible for severed leg (April 13, 2010)
Plea deal gives relief to man who lost leg to drunk driver
(February 17, 2010)
After seven months, Andrew Hall leaves the hospital for home (Nov. 22, 2009)
Concert benefits Safety Harbor man who lost leg in crash (August 3, 2009) Suspect in Safety Harbor crash gets prison for violating probation
(June 12, 2009)
Andrew Hall, who lost his leg to suspected drunken driver in Safety Harbor, stays positive
(May 29, 2009)
Young man with severed leg awakes (May 1, 2009) Possible driver in wreck that severed man's leg wanted for probation violation
(April 25, 2009)
Safety Harbor crash victim doing well after emergency surgery
(April 23, 2009)
Safety Harbor 18-year-old critically injured when struck by car on sidewalk(April 21, 2009)
More special reports
In their own wordsA young woman's desperate 911 call, and rescuers describe how they dealt with a devastating injury.
Andrew Hall: A story of survivalAfflicted with cerebral palsy at a young age he beat the odds and regained the ability to walk. Then a freak accident tore off one of his legs.
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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