ELKINS — One individual was killed in a two-vehicle accident on Route 219 outdoors Parsons Tuesday morning, officers stated.
The wreck concerned a tractor-trailer and a field truck colliding head-on. The influence despatched the autos over an embankment, bringing down a utility pole on the way in which.
The accident occurred at about 7:30 p.m., in keeping with the Tucker County 911 Communications Middle. No names of anybody concerned within the accident, or different particulars, have but been launched by authorities.
The wreck blocked site visitors for hours, and emergency employees had been nonetheless on the scene as of Tuesday afternoon.
A Tucker County Sheriff’s Division consultant stated the wreck is being investigated by Chief Deputy Justin Sigley.
Additionally responding on the scene had been the West Virginia State Police, the Parsons Police Division, Tucker County EMS and the Parsons and Main Creek volunteer hearth departments.
Wrecks had been reported all through the area Tuesday, with snowfall and icy roads possible taking part in a component in lots of the accidents.
In Barbour County at about 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, a automotive went over an embankment on the 4-H Camp Street and landed on its prime, however nobody was significantly injured within the accident, a consultant for Barbour County E-911 Middle stated Tuesday afternoon.
Different minor accidents associated to the climate had been reported all through Barbour County Tuesday morning, the consultant stated.
In Randolph County, wrecks had been reported in Crystal Springs, Harman and Huttonsville, in addition to different areas, throughout Tuesday’s snowfall.
The Nationwide Climate Service in Charleston is asking for largely sunny skies right this moment, with a excessive close to 48 levels.
No precipitation is predicted.
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