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Perryopolis man dies after accident

| Tuesday, December 12, 2006 12:00 a.m

A Perryopolis man died Sunday from injuries he suffered in a motorcycle accident Nov. 28.

Lee Wadsworth, 60, died at 2:52 p.m. at UPMC Presbyterian Hospital, Pittsburgh, according to the Allegheny County Medical Examiner’s office. His cause and manner of death are still pending.

Wadsworth was operating his 2004 Honda motorcycle in Perry Township on Route 495, near Route 51, when he lost control and was ejected.

Both Wadsworth and a passenger, Kristen A. Fine, were flown to Pittsburgh hospitals. Fine was listed in fair condition at Allegheny General Hospital the day after the accident. An updated condition was not available.

Wadsworth was a Vietnam veteran and a freelance photographer whose work appeared in many local newspapers, including The Valley Independent. His obituary appears in today’s edition.

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