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Fayette woman dies in fall from ATV on National Pike

| Wednesday, July 23, 2014, 5:03 p.m.

A Fayette County woman died in a West Virginia hospital on Tuesday, the day after she was injured in an all-terrain vehicle accident.

According to state police, Lori Jean Jones, 44, of Markleysburg, was riding a Honda Recon ATV on Route 40 near the area of 4434 National Pike early Monday morning.

Some time between 1:47 and 2:05 a.m., Jones fell from the ATV and hit her head on the road, police said.

She was taken to Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown, where she was pronounced dead, police said.

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