Rollover on Blair Mountain


A crash at the foot of Blair Mountain in Logan County reportedly sent two people to Logan Regional Medical Center Oct. 13. The Logan Fire Department reports they received the call just before 10 a.m., and, upon arrival, fire fighters found one person still trapped in the vehicle. The driver reportedly stated they had swerved to avoid striking a deer. The West Virginia State Police, Logan Fire Department and LEASA are reported to have responded to the scene.


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A crash at the foot of Blair Mountain in Logan County reportedly sent two people to Logan Regional Medical Center Oct. 13. The Logan Fire Department reports they received the call just before 10 a.m., and, upon arrival, fire fighters found one person still trapped in the vehicle. The driver reportedly stated they had swerved to avoid striking a deer. The West Virginia State Police, Logan Fire Department and LEASA are reported to have responded to the scene.

A crash at the foot of Blair Mountain in Logan County reportedly sent two people to Logan Regional Medical Center Oct. 13. The Logan Fire Department reports they received the call just before 10 a.m., and, upon arrival, fire fighters found one person still trapped in the vehicle. The driver reportedly stated they had swerved to avoid striking a deer. The West Virginia State Police, Logan Fire Department and LEASA are reported to have responded to the scene.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_blair-entrapment-Web.jpgA crash at the foot of Blair Mountain in Logan County reportedly sent two people to Logan Regional Medical Center Oct. 13. The Logan Fire Department reports they received the call just before 10 a.m., and, upon arrival, fire fighters found one person still trapped in the vehicle. The driver reportedly stated they had swerved to avoid striking a deer. The West Virginia State Police, Logan Fire Department and LEASA are reported to have responded to the scene. Courtesy Photo
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