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A member of the West Virginia Air National Guard killed in arson



Authorities said a member of the West Virginia Air National Guard was injured when responding to the fire call early on Sunday morning.

The pilot assigned to the 167th Airlift Wing in Martinsburg was responding to a mutual assistance call during a structural fire on Charles Town Road, when he was seriously injured.

Investigators believe that this fire and another fire were about three miles apart and were deliberately set fire within 20 minutes of each other. Both fires were set between 1 am and 2 am, and neither building was occupied.

The guard said in a press release that the name of the attendant will be kept for 24 hours until relatives are notified.

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WV News reported that the West Virginia Fire Chief’s Office and State Police are investigating the fire. No further details were released.

Any information regarding this matter will be required to contact the State Arson Hotline at 1

-800-233-3473. The authorities will provide a reward of up to $5,000 to provide information that may lead to arrests and convictions.

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The fire officer’s office could not be contacted for further comment.


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