Three of those injured -- two men and one woman -- were transported to Ruby Memorial Hospital.
Flags will also fly at half staff in West Virginia in honor of the Thornton native who lost his life during an 'insider attack' Sept. 3 in Afghanistan.
Those questions were the subject of a hearing Monday for the Legislature's Joint Committee on Health.
A 1970 Chevrolet pick-up truck traveling south on Grafton Road crossed the center line and struck a 2014 Ford Edge traveling north with four people in the vehicle shortly after midnight Saturday.
"We want to flip some seats so we're protected, so education is protected, so public employees in West Virginia are protected."
That support is helped by the 7,500 to 8,000 people who spend at least one day at Camp Muffly for the two-day festival
26-year-old Joshua Paul Austin, 24 year-old Dylan Lee Yoders Jr., and 23-year-old Charles Calvin Ralston are all facing charges following the robbery reported around 4:47 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 13.
Hurricane Florence, though weakening in wind strength, is about the size of the state of Minnesota
Kathryn Dye, a Marion County native and WVU graduate, says it's also about preparedness. For Stephen Reed of Preston County, now living in South Carolina, it's about escaping the storm.
"And a lot of that is trying to reduce the rate of suicide."
The funding formula for the state's higher institutions took up the majority of the 21-minute Blue Ribbon Commission on Higher Education meeting.
She was sleeping in the upstairs bedroom at the time of the incident.
"I'm working with some folks to try and get a list to see if we can better identify what their needs may be," he said.
In addition to awarding scholarships and working with students, the festival and the organization does its part to honor black leaders and promote community revitalization efforts.
They'll be doing that with the help of additional funding from the Governor's Highway Safety Program.
Jessica Marie Boord, 29, was pronounced dead on scene following a crash shortly before midnight Sept. 4.
The nonprofit non-emergency medical transportation service was crucial for a number of residents
Deputies responded at 11:58 p.m. Tuesday after a 2003 Ford Explorer traveling south on Point Marion Road went over the side of a hill.
Kenneth Stevens, 56, a resident of the area near Landis Lane, was arrested and charged with malicious assault.
"All these numbers we hear only provide part of the picture."