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Car overturned in single vehicle crash in Campbell County

On Sunday night (May 15), a single car crash resulted in an overturned vehicle and entrapment. The accident took place at English Tavern and Wards Roads, near Hyland Heights Baptist Church. The Rustburg and LynDan Heights Volunteer Fire Departments received the dispatch at nearly midnight (11:56 p.m.), shortly after returning...
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Career signing day held at Campbell County Technical Center

CAMPBELL COUNTY, Va. (WDBJ) - Friday was signing day at Campbell County Schools’ Career and Technical Education Center. This day was to “celebrate and recognize students graduating high school who will directly enter the workforce as a result of their education,” according to the school division. Secondary...
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Inferno engulfs trailer in Altavista

A sing-wide trailer on the 300 block of Peerman School Road, Altavista, went up in flames on Saturday evening. Altavista Fire Company and the Evington Volunteer Fire Department received a dispatch to the scene at 6:29 p.m., along with Campbell County Public Safety. According to the AFC, “First arriving units...
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Bedford Co. crews battle two structure fires overnight

BEDFORD COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) — First responders had a busy night in central Virginia, with crews from Bedford and Campbell counties teaming up to fight two structure fires. According to officials, the first fire of the night took place on Brockenbrough Place, with units from Forest Fire Department arriving to find heaving flames showing from one side of the structure.
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Campbell County authorities lead search for man missing since mid-April

The Campbell County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in locating a missing 26-year-old male. Stephen Tyler Johnson was last seen on Oak Hill Drive in Lynchburg on April 16th. According to the sheriff’s office, Johnson hasn’t used his cellphone and they haven’t seen any activity on his financial accounts.
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Weekend fire engulfs trailer home in Altavista

ALTAVISTA, Va. (WFXR) — Three agencies responded to a trailer home that was engulfed in flames in Altavista over the weekend. The fire was reported just before 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 14 in the 300 block of Peerman School Road. According to the Altavista Fire Company, heavy fire...
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Longwood Falls Short Of The Title In Heartbreaking Loss Sunday Morning

FARMVILLE, Va. – Campbell claimed the 2022 Big South Championship title for the second straight season with a 8-4 victory over Longwood. Campbell (36-17) came out blazing from the batter's box, scoring eight unanswered runs over the Lancers. Campbell earned six hits for the teams eight final runs, with three multi-run innings.
FARMVILLE, VA
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Taylor's Seventh Inning Solo Home Run Sends Longwood Into Sudden Death Game On Sunday

FARMVILLE, Va. – Junior Lauren Taylor knocked a seventh inning solo homer to win the game forcing a sudden death championship matchup Sunday morning for all the marbles. In another low scoring outing between Longwood and Campbell, it was the Lancers (34-23) who finished on top due to a rocket sent into space from the junior shortstop from Mechanicsville, Virginia.
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Deputies searching for missing man in Campbell County

CAMPBELL COUNTY, Va. – The Campbell County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing man. Stephen Tyler Johnson, of Campbell County, was reported missing on April 16 at about 6:30 p.m. Authorities say his family and friends are concerned for Johnson’s safety and well-being.
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Bikers pay tribute to fallen Appomattox motorcyclist

~Young motorcyclist perished in Campbell County crash~. His mother says he was a “free spirit.” His father describes him as “generous.” His siblings referred to him as “Bubba,” and in the case of his two-year-old sister, “Bub.” A fellow biker said he was a “good guy.”
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