According to West Virginia health officials there are three deaths they believe are a result of the June Derecho storm that passed through the state of West Virginia.
Dr. Marian Swinker, state commissioner for public health, says they came to this conclusion after reviewing hospital records following the storm.
Swinker said these deaths included one person from Pocahontas County, one from Webster County and one from Randolph County.
At it's peak more than 600,000 people were without power across the entire state of West Virginia.
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