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SLIDESHOW: Scenes from Bridge Day 2012

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  • Bridge Day at the New River Gorge draws a crowd

    Bridge Day at the New River Gorge draws a crowd

    FAYETTEVILLE, W. Va (WVVA)-- Bridge Day 2012 meant Route 19 shut down at the New River Bridge on Saturday.   A festival lined the street on the bridge from both ends, and at the middle? BASE jumpers. AmongMore >>
    FAYETTEVILLE, W. Va (WVVA)-- Bridge Day 2012 meant Route 19 shut down at the New River Bridge on Saturday.   A festival lined the street on the bridge from both ends, and at the middle? BASE jumpers. AmongMore >>
  • Bridge Day 2012 Features New Catapult

    Bridge Day 2012 Features New Catapult

    FAYETTEVILLE, W.Va. (AP) -- As if parachuting off an 876-foot-tall bridge wasn't scary and exciting enough, some thrill seekers will get to use a catapult during this year's Bridge Day in West Virginia. JasonMore >>
    FAYETTEVILLE, W.Va. (AP) -- As if parachuting off an 876-foot-tall bridge wasn't scary and exciting enough, some thrill seekers will get to use a catapult during this year's Bridge Day in West Virginia. JasonMore >>
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  • Princeton man sues GM over wife's crash death

    Princeton man sues GM over wife's crash death

    CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- A West Virginia man has filed a lawsuit against General Motors Corp., claiming a defective ignition switch in a Chevrolet Cobalt caused a 2006 accident that killed his pregnant wife...More >>
    CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- A West Virginia man has filed a lawsuit against General Motors Corp., claiming a defective ignition switch in a Chevrolet Cobalt caused a 2006 accident that killed his pregnant wife...More >>
  • Makeshift bomb explodes near convenience store

    Makeshift bomb explodes near convenience store

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    Raleigh County (WVVA)-One man is in custody after a makeshift bomb explodes inside a convenience store.According to police, it happened Tuesday evening at the Little General in Rock Creek, Raleigh County...More >>
    Raleigh County (WVVA)-One man is in custody after a makeshift bomb explodes inside a convenience store.According to police, it happened Tuesday evening at the Little General in Rock Creek, Raleigh County...More >>
  • Non-Profit Organization Hosts Advanced Defensive Driving Course

    Non-Profit Organization Hosts Advanced Defensive Driving Course

    BLUEFIELD (WVVA)- A non-profit organization is providing a unique learning opportunity for drivers, both new and experienced.Instructors with "Team Safety Driving School" conducted an advanced defensive driving course at Bluefield City Park today.The training employed in this driver's course is the same training that emergency personnel from law enforcement to EMS must master to do their jobs, and it's open to the public.There are still slots available for tomorrow's course if you would like ...More >>
    BLUEFIELD (WVVA)- A non-profit organization is providing a unique learning opportunity for drivers, both new and experienced.Instructors with "Team Safety Driving School" conducted an advanced defensive driving course at Bluefield City Park today.The training employed in this driver's course is the same training that emergency personnel from law enforcement to EMS must master to do their jobs, and it's open to the public.There are still slots available for tomorrow's course if you would like ...More >>

(WVVA) - The above scenes from Bridge Day 2012 were captured by WVVA's Robert Pauley and Kristen Conner.

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