At Chapmanville on Friday, a school bus bumped into the tire of a car, but no one was cited, according to Logan County Schools Assistant Superintendent Jim Guy.
"The bus tire caught a car tire and busted the tire on the car," Guy said. "It was bus No. 2061. It was the middle school/high school run. There were no injuries. It just happened on a narrow road."
Also on Friday, at Elk Creek near the Logan-Mingo County border, a bus was traveling out of Elk Creek when a power line fell onto the bus, causing it and the driver to be trapped there for two hours.
The bus driver, a substitute, was unharmed by the falling wire. There were no children on board as the run had already been completed, according to the report to The Logan Banner.
Reportedly, nearly 300 customers were out of power while crews removed the wires from the bus.