UPDATED 8:42 p.m.: WDBJ7 has confirmed that Ali Wolfe died Wednesday morning.
Wolfe lost control of her car Monday night and crashed.
We spoke with McLaughlin Funeral Home in Hot Springs that is handling the arrangements.
Visitation will be this Saturday, August 16th at Lifeline Ministries from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m., service will follow.
A Bath County High School student is being treated for serious injuries after running off of Route 220 on Monday evening, according to state police.
According to family, Ali Wolfe, 16, was headed home from an after-school event.
Wolfe was driving her 1995 Chevrolet Lumina on Route 220 around 6:30 p.m. when she ran off the road, over corrected and ran into a tree about a quarter mile north of the school.
Two high school football players were in front of her and witnessed the entire accident.
A trooper says it was a good thing because they helped Virginia State Police locate her and her car. The location where she wrecked is a heavily wooded and steep area off of Route 220.
Hundreds gathered in the Bath County High School auditorium Tuesday night. Principal Sarah Rowe spent much of the day with Wolfe and her mother. She told those who came that Wolfe had suffered a serious head injury, but that she was comfortable and in no pain.
Students, teachers, community members and even members of the Bath County Sheriff's Office were at the vigil.
Pastors offered prayers and told the community they need to lean on one another during this difficult time.