For months people have anxiously awaited the H1N1 vaccination, and a large number of doses were given in Parkersburg Friday.
A line of children and pregnant women wrapped around the Dils Center, through the bus garage and even further down the street; all hoping to get vaccinated.
The clinic offered free H1N1 vaccinations for expecting mothers and children between six months and four years of age.
"It's kind of overwhelming, but I can understand everyone's fear," Linda Mason, a grandmother, said about the line.
"She just knows that she's gonna get a shot and she don't like it," Jessica Freshour said about her daughter.
The H1N1 clinic began at 2:00 Friday afternoon, but folks started lining up at 7:00 in the morning.
As of 5:30 p.m. officials say it's likely the vaccine will run out before reaching the end of the line.
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