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Charleston, West Virginia is a city in Kanawha County. It has a population roughly around 50,000 living in an approximate area of 32 square miles. Historically, the annual fatal accident count in Charleston is lower than throughout the rest of the state. The city can be accessed by automobile using Interstate 64, I-79, I-77, US Highway 60, US 601 (Corridor G), and State Route 119. Public transportation is provided by Kanawha Valley Regional Transportation Authority (KRT).

Charleston's climate is classified as humid subtropical as such the area is accustomed to mild winters and hot humid summers. Precipitation is fairly evenly spread throughout the year with the wettest months being in winter and early summer. During late spring and early summer, the region can see violent thunderstorms with severe thunder and lightning storms, torrential rain, hail, and tornadoes. In addition, Atlantic hurricanes can sometimes affect the area with torrential, flooding rain and high, damaging winds.