West Virginia State Police said the fatal crash occurred around 3:00 p.m. on Friday. Stephan Sartory was driving his Chevrolet eastbound on Route 51 when a jeep from the opposing lane crossed the center lane and struck his car. Sartory was pronounced dead on the scene. As of this posting on Saturday evening, it is unknown if Sartory was living in the U.S. or visiting from his native country. Reported by Amie McLain" Pittsburgh Star Quarterback Hospitalized from Motorcycle Accident,1150149420,1150149420,[img align=left]http://www.nbc25.com/main/uploads/sabraham_1150152281_bigben-ax.gif[/img]NBC25 NEWS- Its been a difficult day for fans of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was injured in a motorcycle accident this morning.,"Roethlisberger is a sports hero in Pittsburgh, especially after they won the Super Bowl this year. On Monday night he was listed in serious but stable condition. He is currently in surgery for a broken jaw. Reports from the Pittsburgh Tribune Review said he has a broken left sinus cavity, a large cut in the back of his head, and has also lost teeth and injured his knee. On Monday morning around 11:30, Roethlisberger was riding across the river from the Steelers practice facility on the Southside when a sedan pulled in front of him and he struck the vehicle on the passenger side. Eyewitnesses said that Roethlisberger struck the windshield of the car, rolled over the hood, and landed on his head on the pavement. He was not wearing a helmet, but was conscious when paramedics arrived. Pennsylvania had a law requiring helmets but it was repealed in 2003. "Big Ben" has defended himself in the past for not wearing one. "I think helmets are up to your own discretion. Obviously Pennsylvania doesnt think you need to with no law," said Roethlistberger. "Theres a law you have to wear it in football," said Roethlisberger. "I certainly dont condone that. Weve talked about it. Its a very small time in your life and you have to be careful," said Bill Cower, Steeler Coach. The owner of the bar, home to the Hagerstown Steelers fan club, can not believe he would take such a risk. "Im in favor of the helmet law. I would like to see everyone wear a helmet. I just cant believe he takes those risks when he wears a helmet playing football. Its kind of strange," said David Lazier, owner of the Colonial Inn & Lounge. Several teammates and fans showed up at Mercy Hospital where he is being treated. Art Rooney, the owner of the team said he is sure Ben knows they are praying for his recovery. Reported by Gretchen Gailey" Hedgesville Residents Build Their Own Homes with Help from Washington,1150149471,1150149471,"HEDGESVILLE, WV- President Bush has designated June as National Homeownership Month.