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Harpers Ferry chief ranger injured in cycling accident

HARPERS FERRY, W.Va. — Harpers Ferry National Historical Park chief ranger Ryan Levins remains in critical but stable condition after he suffered a head injury in a cycling competition accident on Thursday.

Levins was put in the medically induced coma to help his brain heal at a Fairfax, Va. hospital.

The cycling race in Northern Virginia was part of the 2015 World Police & Fire Games.

Brazilian Carlos Silva, whom media outlets report was a police investigator, died after the cycling crash that left two other men critically injured.





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