It's a record West Virginia does not want to break but it appears we will. Two separate accidents involving four-wheelers over the weekend have raised West Virginia’s four-wheeler death count to at least 36. Last years record still stands at 40.
Both fatal accidents were in the northern part of the state. In Monongalia County, Larry Henderson Junior of Core died after he was thrown from his four-wheeler. In Marshall County, Elwood Crow Junior was killed when his four-wheeler went left of the center line and was hit by an oncoming vehicle.