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Crash on Seventh Street

No patients were transported after a wreck at the intersection of Seventh and Juliana streets in Parkersburg Wednesday evening, according to a representative of the Parkersburg Fire Department at the scene. The Parkersburg Police Department and St. Joseph’s Ambulance Services also responded. Traffic was temporarily reduced by one lane along Juliana Street and to a portion of Seventh Street as the scene was cleaned up. At deadline, it was not yet clear whether anyone would be cited in the accident. (Photo by Christina Myer)
A woman holds on to her dog as she is attended to by first responders, after a wreck at the intersection of Seventh and Juliana streets in Parkersburg Wednesday evening. (Photo by Christina Myer)
No patients were transported after a wreck at the intersection of Seventh and Juliana streets in Parkersburg Wednesday evening, according to a representative of the Parkersburg Fire Department at the scene. The Parkersburg Police Department and St. Joseph’s Ambulance Services also responded. Traffic was temporarily reduced by one lane along Juliana Street and to a portion of Seventh Street as the scene was cleaned up. At deadline, it was not yet clear whether anyone would be cited in the accident. (Photo by Christina Myer)
No patients were transported after a wreck at the intersection of Seventh and Juliana streets in Parkersburg Wednesday evening, according to a representative of the Parkersburg Fire Department at the scene. The Parkersburg Police Department and St. Joseph’s Ambulance Services also responded. Traffic was temporarily reduced by one lane along Juliana Street and to a portion of Seventh Street as the scene was cleaned up. At deadline, it was not yet clear whether anyone would be cited in the accident. (Photo by Christina Myer)
No patients were transported after a wreck at the intersection of Seventh and Juliana streets in Parkersburg Wednesday evening, according to a representative of the Parkersburg Fire Department at the scene. The Parkersburg Police Department and St. Joseph’s Ambulance Services also responded. Traffic was temporarily reduced by one lane along Juliana Street and to a portion of Seventh Street as the scene was cleaned up. At deadline, it was not yet clear whether anyone would be cited in the accident. (Photo by Christina Myer)

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