Braylon Meade Accident: Washington-Liberty Senior in high school was slain in a “tragic” car accident in Arlington. Following a tragic collision in a Rock Spring neighborhood on Friday, November 11, 2022, Arlington County Police have officially charged a teenager with driving while intoxicated and involuntary manslaughter.
Since then, senior Braylon Meade’s death in the collision has been confirmed by Tony Hall, the principal of Washington-Liberty High School. In a letter to parents and staff, Hall said, “It is with deep sadness that I notify you that a member of the class of 2023, Braylon Meade, passed away Friday morning.”
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“Braylon was a cherished member of the Washington-Liberty community who, over the years, had a profound effect on the lives of many of our students and staff members. Braylon played football and basketball for our school and was a talented student-athlete. His loss affects all of us terribly. Investigations are still continuing, but there are no specifics at this time regarding the circumstances leading up to the crash.
As we grieve alongside family and friends for this significant loss, words can’t adequately express our sorrow for your loss. We were deeply saddened to learn of the passing of this young being. Accept our sympathies, and may God comfort you via our prayers. Kindly accept our sincere sympathies. Please send prayers and sympathies to the deceased’s family and friends; they would be greatly appreciated during this trying time.