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Staunton man charged with DUI after woman dies in ATV crash

Staunton man charged with DUI after woman dies in ATV crash

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A woman was killed in an ATV crash Saturday in Augusta County, according to a press release from the Virginia State Police.

An ATV was making aturning on an incline on the property around 1:40 a.m. within the 2500 block of Cold Springs Road when it overturned in a wooded area, according to police. A passenger, Maegan Hoy, 38, of Churchville, died at the scene.

The operator of the ATV, Todd Jarvis, 37, of Staunton, was arrested for DUI.

The crash remains under investigation.

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