Family and friends are in shock after learning the death of a 17-year-old Point Pleasant girl.

Andrya Lynn Jordan was working inside of a medical storage building Sunday evening when a 500-pound filing cabinet fell and pinned her against a white Jeep, Chief Ronnie Spencer of the Point Pleasant Police Department, said. Officers with the police department were called at 6:51 p.m. with members of the Mason County Emergency Medical Services and Point Pleasant Volunteer Fire Department in reference to an unresponsive female.

When emergency personnel arrived, they found Jordan pinned between the filing cabinet and the vehicle.

Jordan was filing papers at the time of the accident, Spencer said. The garage/storage building is located 2429 Lincoln Ave., and is the storage facility of Dr. John Wade.

She was pronounced dead at the scene, he said.

"It appears to be accidental," Spencer said. "The investigation is still ongoing."


Lt. Matt Taylor and Patrolman Derrick Taylor were the first officers to arrive at the scene. They are the lead investigators into the cause of the accident.

Jordan was a junior at Point Pleasant High School

Grief counselors were available at the school all day Monday to give support to the students who knew her, Principal Roger Keefer said. Counselors will be at PPHS for as long as they are needed.

"Andrya was a hard-working girl," Keefer said. "She would have graduated at the end of this year. That was what she was working toward."



She is survived by her parents, Andrew J. Jordan and his wife, Angela, and Lori Lynn Woodall McCoy and her husband, William, all of Point Pleasant; daughter, Liberty Lynn "Libby" Wroten; special companion, Mark Wroten of Point Pleasant; her grandparents, two brothers and a sister.

Visitation will be 6-8 p.m. today at Deal Funeral Home with services at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.