Who Was Renee Hill? Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Shot & Killed

Renee Hill Biography, Wiki

Renee Hill was a sophomore at Niagara Wheatfield High School, has shot and killed.

Renee Hill and her cousin were riding down a hill in a sledding tube at the Clyde L. Burmaster Park in Lewiston when they struck a tree about 10 a.m. Saturday, officials said.
December 10, 2004. That’s the day Alexis Kraft’s and Richard Hill’s lives changed forever.

“She was our whole world,” Kraft said.

“She was a mama bear for sure. She could get them in line really quick but she was loving and they all loved her,” Kraft said.

“Everyone loved her,” Hill said.

Age

Renee Hill has died at the age of 16-years-old.

Parents

Her parents say Renee loved lacrosse. Her coach, Joe Kiszka, said she was quiet but intimidating and a strong silent leader. He said on the field Renee was feared, but off the field she was an absolute sweetheart.

“We would love to go watch her play lacrosse because she really was amazing. All the parents and all the other girls on the team would call her the beast because once she got on the field, she would just go hard,” Kraft said.

Renee’s parents thank the community for their support during such a difficult time.

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“Don’t take one minute for granted with your babies. Tell them you love them. Every minute. Every chance you get,” Kraft said.

Renee’s heartbroken mother, Alexis Kraft, described how the tragedy unfolded — and how her daughter’s “first instinct” was to save her cousin.

“She had went down the hill. She had my 3-year-old nephew on with her. She saw the tree coming. Her first instinct was to put her foot down and flip the sled so my nephew wouldn’t get hurt. She hit the tree. Her heart stopped on the way to the hospital,” Kraft told WKBW.

Cause of Death

A 16-year-old girl who was killed in a sledding accident in upstate New York died protecting her 3-year-old cousin in the tragic accident, according to reports.

Renee Hill, a sophomore at Niagara Wheatfield High School, and her cousin were riding down a hill in a sledding tube at the Clyde L. Burmaster Park in Lewiston when they struck a tree about 10 a.m. Saturday, officials said.

They were transported by ambulance to Oishei Children’s Hospital, where Renee was pronounced dead, WIVB reported. The boy was treated and released.

“All the parents and all the other girls on the team would call her the beast because once she got on the field, she would just go hard,” her mom added.

Renee’s parents thanked the community for their support after the loss of her daughter.

“Don’t take one minute for granted with your babies. Tell them you love them. Every minute. Every chance you get,” Kraft said.

A GoFundMe fundraiser has so far raised more than $20,000 of its $25,000 goal to help the family.

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