This time, there were 27 students on board the bus headed for Man High and Man Middle schools. None of the students were injured in the minor crash, Logan County Schools Superintendent Wilma Zigmond said Thursday morning.
"A bus got sideswiped by a car and no one was hurt," Zigmond said. "All 27 students on board were checked out and they all went on to school."
The crash happened around 6:50 a.m. at Amherstdale near the town of Man. West Virginia State Police Trooper Seacrist is the investigating officer, Zigmond said.
"It was no fault of the bus driver," Zigmond said. "You'd think people could see that big yellow bus in front of them."
The crash was the second in three days as a Logan County Schools bus was rear-ended by a car on Dingess Street in downtown Logan early Tuesday morning.
None of the seven students nor the bus driver were injured. The bus didn't suffer any damage, but, the car that struck it from behind had its hood pushed up and front end crunched.