Sean Hall, WKBK-FM radio reporter, dies in traffic crash
Sean Hall, a reporter at WKBK-FM radio in Keene, New Hampshire, has died in a traffic crash in the town of Richmond. He was 63.
Mike Daniele, the station’s news director, confirmed Hall died in the crash the night of Nov. 24.
Police say Hall was traveling on a Richmond road when his vehicle crossed the center line into the path of a pickup truck and the vehicles collided. Hall died at the scene. The other driver suffered minor injuries.
Hall joined WKBK about five years ago. He was the main weekend reporter. Hall had worked in broadcast journalism for more than four decades, including at NBC Radio, the Mutual Broadcasting System, CNN Radio and WTOP in Washington, D.C.
This story has been corrected to show that the accident happened in Richmond, New Hampshire, not Richmond, Virginia.