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Drivers and passengers in fatal three-vehicle accident in Martinsburg identified

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. (WDVM) — The West Virginia State Police responded to the area of 8000 block of Hedgesville Road for a three-vehicle accident on Saturday around 9:23 pm. Police discovered Charles Moses, 53, lying in the roadway and was pronounced dead on the scene. Through an investigation, police learned Moses struck a vehicle traveling on Hedgesville Road head-on with his Harley Davidson while attempting to pass a vehicle on a double yellow line.
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Clarksburg, WVWDTV

Multiple agencies respond to a structure fire in Clarksburg

CLARKSBURG, W.Va (WDTV) - Multiple agencies have responded to a structure fire in Clarksburg, according to the 911 Communications Office. A structure is on fire on the corner of North Chestnut Street and West Pike Street, near The Produce House, according to a 5 News reporter on scene. The Clarksburg...
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Clarksburg, WVWBOY

House fire in Clarksburg causes damage to multiple buildings

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – A structure fire on Chestnut Street has caused damages to multiple buildings. At approximately 6 p.m. on Monday evening, the Clarksburg Fire Department, Clarksburg Police Department and the Harrison County EMS all responded to a call regarding a structure on 120 South Chestnut St. The old Produce...
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Morgantown, WVMetro News

Damage assessment underway following second Morgantown high water event

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Residents in Morgantown’s Suncrest neighborhood are looking for answers after two similar high water events in June and July. Basements and streets were flooded on June 13 and July 29. On both occasions, motorists were helped from stalled cars in flood waters in Patteson Drive. Monongalia County...
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COVID-19 numbers surge again in West Virginia; vaccinations urged

CHARLESTON, WV (WOWK) — West Virginia’s color-coded map is now showing more red and orange counties, signaling high rates of COVID transmission. The Mountain State has had 665 new COVID-19 cases since Friday, July 30, and is nearing 2.500 active cases. The number of Delta variant cases remains at 100. But it takes anywhere from 7 to 10 days, to run those additional tests after someone tests positive for COVID-19. So, Delta cases are likely much higher.
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Displaced Westover resident seeking flood assistance

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