Fairmont, WV — An incident involving a utility trailer in the are of Fairmont, WV claimed the life of 56-year-old Marvin Bell Thursday, August 10, 2017.
The crash happened on I-79 around 6:30 p.m. It appears the victim was conducting repairs on his vehicle when the incident took place. According to officials, wheel came off a utility trailer, striking Mr. Bell. The 56-year-old victim later succumbed to his injuries.
The utility trailer’s whereabouts remain unknown.
The investigation into the incident is currently underway and may reveal more information as it concludes.
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For loved ones left behind in accidents like these, one of the great difficulties they face is having no one to answer for what happened. Solving the who and why in these types of accidents leaves victims feeling there’s little hope. Though complex, however, these situations aren’t hopeless. In many cases, placing a spotlight on these accidents sparks witnesses to come forward with important information. Just as vital is the need to investigate these accidents with more clarity in the hopes of revealing details that move the case forward. While a private investigation isn’t necessarily a cure-all, it’s the least we can do for families seeking justice for their lost loved ones.
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