In Memory of Andrew Weaver

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Andrew Weaver was a sixteen year old senior at Wade Hampton High School who unfortunately passed away in a car accident on his way to school on Tuesday, October 30th. According to the WYFF news report, he was driving a 2000 Chrysler van when he went off the road, overcorrected, and went down an embankment where the vehicle struck a tree. He died on the scene. In school, he was a straight A student and had a passion for engineering and music. Mr. Schnaars said he would have loved to have him here for a few more years to expand his interests in engineering. Outside of school, he enjoyed spending time with his friends. Junior Camille McCarroll said the following about Andrew, “I didn’t know him too well because we had just met him, but we loved hanging out with him he was so nice to us. He was loved by everyone and will be missed so much.”

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