UPDATE: Monday, Nov. 6, 2023 7:40 p.m.

Authorities tell 7News that Fork Ridge Road is now open.


UPDATE: Monday, Nov. 6, 2023 7:40 p.m.

Marshall County Sheriff Bill Helms tells us that the accident involved a pick-up truck and a sedan. The call came in at 4:32pm and it happened in the area of 5676 Fork Ridge Rd.

There was one occupant in the truck and 5 occupants in the sedan. Four people were flown to hospitals and 1 other was transported by EMS. We do not know the extent of their injuries at this time. We do know the patients were flown to Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown and one was driven to Reynolds Memorial Hospital.

Police will now begin reconstructing the crash, and they intend to obtain a search warrant for the dash cam in one of the vehicles.

The 5800 block of Fork Ridge Road remains closed for now.


The 5800 block of Fork Ridge Road is closed indefinitely as crews respond to a two-vehicle accident Monday evening.

Marshall County EMA Director Tom Hart tells us that fire rescue, EMS and law enforcement are on the scene working to extricate the people involved in the accident. Officials believe they are dealing with 5 injuries, and four air medical units have been requested.

The accident is on Fork Ridge Road near the Williams Energy Oak Grove Plant.

We’re told that Fork Ridge VFD, Moundsville VFD, Marshall County EMS, Moundsville, Marshall County EMS, Cameron and the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department are all on scene. 7NEWS also has a crew en route.