Struck Sunday Evening with wind gusts to 100 MPH.
The man who died in a crash on Interstate 79 on November 13 has been identified as Ryan Gross, 19, according to West Virginia State Police.
Officials said he was a recent graduate of Fairmont Senior High School, and Friday, students wore camouflage clothing in his memory because he was known as an avid outdoorsman.
State police said a truck pulled in front of Gross's car, causing him to rear-end the truck. The car then flipped over and landed in the median.
Gross later died at Ruby Memorial Hospital, state police said.
One person is dead following a crash on Interstate 79 south of the Goshen Road exit in Monongalia County shortly before 10 a.m. Wednesday morning.
According to West Virginia State Police, a 2014 Peterbilt truck heading south merged into the left lane, into the path of a Hyundai car.
Troopers determined the Hyundai hit the rear of the truck, flipped, and came to a stop in the median of the highway.
The driver of the car was taken to Ruby Memorial Hospital, where he was later pronounced dead. The truck driver was not injured, state police said.
The crash scene closed the highway for almost an hour Wednesday morning, causing reported backups.
State Police have not released the name of the deceased man, pending family notification.
The crash remains under investigation.