Pictured is Calhoun EMS loading young accident victim on HealthNet chopper for transport to Charleston Area Medical Center

SATURDAY 11:30 PM -A Five Forks-Broomstick woman died today from injuries received during an ATV 'poker run' near Beech Road.

The victim has been identified as Amanda Johnson, 19, daughter of Mark and Becky Johnson.

She had just graduated from a technical college in Charleston last week.

Johnson died shortly after her ATV reportedly struck a tree during a fund-raiser for Calhoun Middle School student Travis Godfrey.

Calhoun EMS personnel worked desperately for an extended period of time to save the woman's life following the call for help at 12:15 p.m. today.

A teenage male, reportedly riding on the ATV with Johnson, suffered a broken leg and other injuries. He was life-flighted by a Health-Net chopper to Charleston Area Medical Center, where his condition was not considered to be critical.

Johnson and the male passenger were reportedly traveling on a designated path for the poker run.

"The accident happened on the other side of the hill above Beech Road, about halfway down the hill," according to Upper West Fork Fire Chief Randy Perkins. Emergency workers had to carry the victims to a UWVFD truck at the top of the hill, he said.

About fifty participants entered the fund-raiser for Godfrey's "Riding to Fight Leukemia." Godfrey was recently diagnosed with the disease.

The OctoberFest events at the Upper West Fork Park were put on hold most of the afternoon because of the tragedy, while the surviving victim was being life-flighted to Charleston from the park.

Arnoldsburg and Upper West Fork Volunteer Fire Departments responded to the scene, along with two ambulances from Calhoun EMS.

Johnson's body has been taken to Stump Funeral Home in Grantsville, where funeral arrangements will be completed.