UPDATE, MAY 10, 11:14 A.M.:

GRAFTON, W.Va. (WBOY) — A woman is dead after a three-vehicle collision that happened on Route 50, George Washington Highway in Grafton on Tuesday afternoon.

The West Virginia State Police say that she was a passenger in one of the vehicles. Four other people were transported with non-life-threatening injuries. The Harrison County 911 Center, which also covers Taylor County, told 12 News on Tuesday that those patients were taken to United Hospital Center.

Police said they are not releasing the name of the woman who died as of Wednesday morning, and that the incident is still under investigation.

ORIGINAL, MAY 9, 1:53 P.M.:

GRAFTON, W.Va. (WBOY) — The West Virginia Medical Examiner was called to the scene of a three-vehicle collision in Grafton Tuesday afternoon, the Harrison County 911 log, which also covers Taylor County, shows.

The log shows that the incident happened just after 12 p.m. on Route 50, George Washington Highway.

According to officials at the Harrison County 911 center, four patients were transported to United Hospital Center and the scene was already clear as of 1:30 p.m. The comm center could not comment on the conditions of the people involved in the collision.

The West Virginia State Police are investigating and the Grafton and Bridgeport fire departments responded, as well as Flemington, Bridgeport and Taylor County EMS, according to comm center officials.