West Virginia State Police said a person has died as a result of the two car collision in Randolph County that happened on July 18.
The accident happened on Route 33 at the Crystal Springs exit near Elkins.
According to police, one vehicle was headed westbound and hit another vehicle causing it to catch on fire.
The passengers were able to escape from the vehicle before it became fully engulfed.
Betty Lou Ramsey, 85, of Belington died on Saturday from injuries she sustained on impact.
State Police said that charges could be pending.
A two car accident in Randolph County sent four people to the hospital on Friday afternoon.
It happened at the Crystal Springs exit on Route 33, when a Mazda driving west rear-ended a Cadillac.
The Cadillac eventually caught on fire and burned out.
The passengers escaped from the vehicle before it became engulfed.
The fire didn’t cause any injuries, but two people were flown to the hospital from injuries sustained in the impact.
There is no word on their conditions. State police are investigating.
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