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Kanawha sheriff seeks info about coal truck hit-and-run that cost man his left leg

Reported by: Associated Press
Wednesday, July 2, 2014 2:51 AM EDT

The Kanawha County Sheriff's Office is asking the public to assist in its investigation of a hit-and-run accident that cost a man his left leg.

The office says 53-year-old Michael Gentry was hit by a coal truck near his home the night of June 4. His left leg was caught between the rear tires and he was dragged about one-quarter mile before being dislodged. The coal truck didn't stop. Gentry's leg was amputated during surgery that night.

The sheriff's office says anyone with information about the accident should call 304-357-0619 or submit a tip on the office website at .


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