MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Funeral services are scheduled next week for a WVU student, injured in an explosion last fall, who recently died.

Carly Grozier

Carly Joan Grozier, 20, of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, died on Jan. 17 at West Penn Burn Center in Pittsburgh.

Grozier was one of four victims in a Sept. 2023 home explosion at a residence on Wells Street in Morgantown. Grozier suffered third-degree burns to more than 50% of her body.

She was surrounded by family and friends when she died, according to her obituary.

“Carly was an athlete, comedian, and fashionista. Most importantly, she was a kind and generous person who never failed to put the needs of others over her own,” the obituary said.

Around mid-morning on Sept. 6, Grozier, Maddie Granger, Emma Dodson, and Meghan Harris were in the home in the 700 block of Wells Street when the explosion occurred. The other three women suffered minor injuries. An investigation into the blast continues.

Grozier, who was a junior at WVU, where she majored in communications and social media. She was a member of the WVU Women’s Lacrosse Club.

Memorial contributions can be made to “Burn Concern,” The Western Pennsylvania Hospital Foundation, in Grozier’s honor.

The Herron Funeral Home in Bethlehem is in charge of arrangements. The funeral is scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 31, with visitation scheduled the evening before.