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Person hit and killed by vehicle in Kanawha County

The accident was reported just after 9 p.m. on Elk River Road North at the intersection of Arbuckle Lane in the Clendenin area.


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The case is routine, and the patient has no travel history to China.



The two-vehicle crash happened in the Big Chimney area.


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