San Miguel woman killed in two-car crash in San Luis Obispo identified

April 20, 2022

Jadyn Hall

By JOSH FRIEDMAN

The city of San Luis Obispo has identified the San Miguel resident killed in a two-car crash on Easter Sunday as Jadyn Louise Hall, 29.

Shortly before noon, a caller reported a collision in the 3900 block of Broad Street in San Luis Obispo. When first responders arrived, they found Hall unconscious and began to provide medical aid. Responders transported Hall to a local hospital where she succumbed to her injuries.

Hall was driving one of the vehicles involved in the crash. She was not wearing a seatbelt, which contributed to the severity of the injuries she suffered.

The driver of the second vehicle was evaluated at the scene by fire personnel and released.

Neither drugs, nor alcohol are suspected to have been factors in the crash. Police are continuing to investigate the collision and ask anyone who witnessed the crash to contact Officer Josh Walsh at (805) 781-7317.

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Joe Blow

On Feb. 6, Jadyn Louise Hall, 29, of Paso Robles, was arrested in the 2400 block of Golden Hill Road in Paso Robles for willful cruelty to a child causing possible injury or death, being under the influence of a controlled substance, possession of narcotics for sale, possession or purchase of narcotics/controlled substances for sale, possession of unlawful drug paraphernalia, and possession of prescription pills.


Florian75

Well, there you have it. Not wearing a seat belt wasn’t this woman’s biggest problem/failure in life……at least not right up until it was. Still, a shame to live and lose a life in such a manner. God’s comfort and peace to her family.


Florian75

I don’t understand how anyone can watch a video of a wild, violent car crash on a racecourse or racetrack, see the driver extricated from the wreckage alive & relatively uninjured, and not wonder how he/she managed to survive. There are many reasons why race drivers walk away from their hopelessly smashed vehicles, but seatbelts play a vital role in protecting them. Of course helmets, roll/impact cages, and energy absorption features are also important in the design of race cars. With the exception of motorcyclists, most of us don’t wear helmets while driving around town, so at the very least wear a shoulder and lap belt at all times while driving. This loss of life for a beautiful young woman is so very sad and tragic. Rest in Peace, Jadyn Hall.