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Elderly man killed in Clay County ATV rollover

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CLAY COUNTY, WV - Officers with the Clay County Sheriff's Department tell 13 News that one man has died following an ATV accident today.

According to deputies, an elderly man died today after his ATV rolled over in the Hansford Fork Road area of Wallback.

The accident happened at roughly noon.

No one else was injured in the accident.

The identity of the man has not been released while members of his family are contacted.

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