State Police and Calhoun EMS have responded more than once to a right-of-way dispute this weekend on Walnut Road.

One of the complainants was air-lifted to Charleston Area Medical Center suffering from chest pain, after a call was made to 911 reporting weapons were involved in the dispute.

One of the parties reportedly blocked the access road of their neighbor with a large truck or other vehicle, preventing them from entering or exiting their property.

A State Police officer responded from Clay County, reportedly asking the individual to open the roadway.

The dispute has reportedly become a civil matter in local courts, but problems continue to erupt.

Calhoun EMS was apparently caught in the dispute when they were attempting to assist the sick man.

Trooper 1st Class Jeff Hunt responded to the matter, more than once over the weekend.

The dispute re-kindled from 8:30 a.m. to late Saturday night, and problems reportedly surfaced again Sunday.

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