One person died and another is seriously hurt after a car accident on I-77 near Cabin Creek.
Investigators believe the driver of an older model pickup truck had a medical emergency and lost control of the vehicle. That's when officers say his wife tried to take control of the steering wheel, ran off the road and down a hill into Giles Hollow.
Both the man and the woman had to be cut out of the car. He died on the scene, and she had to be flown to CAMC General. Their names have not been released.
Crews are on the scene of an accident near Cabin Creek.
Dispatchers say the driver of an older model pickup truck, which was hauling an ATV, lost control and drove off of I-77. The truck then went over a hill and landed in Giles Hollow.
Eyewintess News has been told two people are trapped inside the truck and will have to be flown to the hospital.
We have a crew on the scene. Stay tuned to Eyewitness News for the latest on this developing story.
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