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NEW DETAILS: DUI charge dismissed in fatal I-64 accident

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Vincent Lodato died after being flown to CAMC in Charleston, WV on March 27.  He was a passenger in a car that wrecked on I-64 near the Sam Black Church exit in Greenbrier County. Vincent Lodato died after being flown to CAMC in Charleston, WV on March 27. He was a passenger in a car that wrecked on I-64 near the Sam Black Church exit in Greenbrier County.

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DUI Charges have been dismissed against a woman who was involved in an accident on Interstate-64 on Thursday March 27.  A 2007 Hyundai Sonata crashed near the Sam Black Church exit just after 10 a.m.  Original reports indicated that a woman had to be flown to the hospital. Now Sheriff's Deputies in Greenbrier County said that it was a man who was a passenger in the car that flown to Charleston Area Medical Center.

Greenbrier County Sheriff's Deputies said that the victim, Vincent Lodato died at Charleston Area Medical Center on April 1.  The driver of the car, Sylvia Kingery of Boone County was originally charged with DUI of a Controlled Substance Causing Death.  Greenbrier County Deputies said that as of Tuesday, April 8 that charge has been dismissed.


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Emergency responders spent several hours working on an accident that happened in Greenbrier County on Thursday morning.

Traffic was backed up on I-64 near the Sam Black Church exit after an accident that involved a single car.  It happened at 10:02 a.m. on Thursday, March 27.  A woman was flown to a hospital in Charleston, WV as a result of the accident.

First responders from Alderson and Fairlea were on the scene along with firefighters from Clintonville and Tri-County fire departments.  The name and condition of the victim have not been released.  There is also no word on what may have cause the accident.