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(From The Martinsburg Journal dated Monday 3 July 2000.)
Angela M. Long
      HARPERS FERRY -- Angela Marie Long, 27, of Falling Waters,
died Saturday, July 1, 2000, in Charles Town.
      Born Sept. 1, 1972, in Mt. Airy, Md., she was the daughter of Debo-
rah Furr Raymond McCall of Saltville, Va. and the late Edward Ray-
mond Sr.
      In addition to her mother, she leaves her husband, Mike Long, at home;
one daughter, Kimberly Ann Gilliam, at home; two sons, Chris Adams
and Shawn Gilliam, both at home; four brothers, Edward Raymond Jr.
of Martinsburg, and Buddy McCall, Shane McCall and Jason McCall,
all of Saltville, and her maternal grandmother, Mary Furr of Silver
Spring, Md.
      She was preceded in death by her father.
      Services will be held at 3 p.m. Friday, July 7, 2000, at the Eackles-
Spencer Funeral Home, Harpers Ferry, with the Rev. Douglas Fraim of-
ficiating.

(From The Martinsburg Journal dated Monday 3 July 2000.)

Weekend crash kills 1, injures 4

* Four other people are in-
jured in the Jefferson
County car-truck collision.

By THOMAS A. FIREY
Journal Staff Writer

      MARTINSBURG -- A Berkeley County
woman died in a Saturday evening wreck on
W.Va. 9 east of Charles Town.
      Angela M. Long, 27, of Falling Waters,
was pronounced dead at the scene of the
6:30 p.m. crash that happened on the short
stretch of W. Va. 9 between Bloomery Road
and the Shenandoah River bridge. Three
other people who were in her car were hos-
pitalized.
      According to police, John Stone, 24, was
driving Long's 1991 Toyota Celica west-
bound on W. Va. 9 when the car went out of
control, swerved across the centerline and
was struck broadside on the passenger's
side by a 1994 Ford Ranger pickup.
      The collision was so powerful that Long's
body and passenger Herbert Buffaloboy
were trapped in the Celica's wreckage and
had to be freed by rescue crews, police said.
      Buffaloboy, whose age is unknown and
   address has only been identified as Jeffer-
son County, was airlifted by Maryland State
Police helicopter to Washington County,
Md., Hospital where he was listed in serious
condition Sunday afternoon.
      Stone, whose last known address was
Tampa, Fl., was airlifted to INOVA Hospi-
tal in Fairfax, Va., where he was in critial
condition Sunday afternoon.
      The Celica's other passenger, Michael
Howell, 18, of Ranson, was hospitalized at
Jefferson Memorial Hospital as of Sunday
afternoon.
      No further information was available on
his condition.
      The driver of the pickup, Dwight Jackson
of Summit Point, was hospitalized for a
brief time at Jefferson Memorial before be-
ing released.
      State police are still investigating why
Stone lost control of the car.
      Because damage to the car was extensive
and rescue crews reached the scene and be-
gan work quickly, police were not able to
determine whether the Celica's passengers
were wearing seatbelts, a police spokesman
said.
      -- Staff writer Thomas A. Firey may be
reached at 263-3381, ext. 176.

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