UPDATE: Fayette County Woman Identified Killed In Lewisburg Accident


UPDATE: On Tuesday, April 03, 2018, at approximately 7:20 pm, members of the Greenbrier County Sheriff’s Office responded to a motor vehicle crash occurring on I-64 at the 171 mile marker near Lewisburg.

The investigation revealed that a Ford pickup truck was westbound on I-64 when it drove underneath the rear of a westbound tractor trailer. The driver and front seat passenger of the pickup truck had to be extricated from the vehicle.

The driver of the pickup, identified as Rose Ann Hayden, age 56 of Scarbro, WV, was pronounced deceased at the scene.

A front seat passenger was flown to Roanoke Memorial Hospital and the rear seat passenger was transported to Greenbrier Valley Medical Center. The driver of the tractor trailer was uninjured.

The investigation is being conducted by Sergeant G. R. Workman, of the Greenbrier County Sheriff’s Office, and is ongoing.

Sergeant Workman was assisted by Sergeant R. B. Baker of the Greenbrier County Sheriff’s Office and J. L. Burdette of the West Virginia State Police.


UPDATE: An Oak Hill woman was killed in the accident Tuesday evening after a vehicle and tractor-trailer crashed on I-64 near Lewisburg.

Deputies with the Greenbrier County Sheriff’s Department tell WOAY in addition to the fatality, another person was airlifted from the scene to Roanoke and another was transported to Greenbrier Valley Medical Center.

The accident occurred after a car managed to run under a tractor trailer. The cause of accident is still under investigation.

At this time both lanes have reopened.

Stay with WOAY News for further information.


LEWISBURG, WV (WOAY) – Multiple emergency crews are on the scene of a vehicle accident in Greenbrier County.

Dispatchers tell WOAY that the call came in around 7:20 pm on I-64 at mile marker 171 between Lewisburg and White Sulphur Springs.

As of right now, one person has been transported and both westbound lanes remain closed until crews can clear the scene.

Lewisburg Fire, White Sulphur Springs Fire, White Sulphur Springs Ambulance, Greenbrier Emergency Ambulance and the Greenbrier County Sheriff’s Department are on the scene.

Stay with WOAY News for further updates.

Tyler Barker

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