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UPDATE: 1 Dead After Barbour County Rollover Accident

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The Barbour County Sheriff's Department is investigating a fatal rollover accident.

Barbour County 911 said it happened around 2:20 p.m. Wednesday on Route 38 in Tacy.

Emergency crews attempted to cut the driver of the vehicle, identified as Adam Rohrig, of Bridgeport, out of his truck, but he died at the scene, according to the sheriff's department. Rohrig was pronounced dead at Broaddus Hospital.

Fire departments from Philippi and Belington, Barbour County EMS, and HealthNet all responded to the scene.

Route 38 was shut down temporarily but has since reopened, according to the sheriff's department.

Two dogs were also in the truck but appeared to be uninjured, said the sheriff's department.