Guest Post By David Aaron Beckner
Truck Roll-over Crash on I-79
A coal truck driver was killed early Monday morning, September 8th, 2014, in an accident on Interstate 79 in Harrison County. The truck wreck occurred between the Lost Creek and Stonewood exits. The truck was owned by the Nuzum Trucking Company of Shinnston, WV. The truck was travelling south on I-79 when it ran off the side of the interstate, veered back to the opposite side, ran into the median and rolled over, bursting into flames.
Water Contamination by Natural Gas Drilling Operations, Audits Reveal Violations at 15 Sites
Natural gas producer Trans Energy reached a settlement with federal and state regulators over polluting streams and wetlands in Marion, Wetzel and Marshall counties.
Dominion Resources Estimates Cost of Pipeline Construction will be Five Billion Dollars
Dominion Resources, Duke Energy and other partners have proposed building a $5 billion natural gas pipeline to connect the Southeast with the abundant supplies of natural gas being produced in West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Ohio.
Motorcycles, motor-driven cycles, and mopeds in West Virginia may now have lights that are underneath the body and turned on while the motorcycle, motor-driven cycle or moped is being operated at night to reduce the chance of a motorcycle wreck on our WV roads and highways.
Treatments available in Morgantown for Car Accident Victims who have suffered Concussion or Brain Injury
Concussions and brain injuries take place in automobile accidents, falls, sports accidents, getting hit in the head, and workplace and construction accidents. Once an accident has happened, it is important to recognize the signs and symptoms of a more serious brain injury, which may not be readily identified by an untrained observer.