Two school buses ended up on their sides in separate incidents in Clark and Madison counties Thursday. No students were injured.
A Clark County school bus ran off Ky. 15 near the county fairgrounds at about 2:30 p.m. with five students on board, according to Superintendent Elaine Farris.
Farris said the bus "literally was laying on its side" when she reached the scene shortly afterward. Neither the driver nor the students were injured, she said.
"They are saying that the wet roads probably played some role in it," Farris said.
The bus was taking children to an after-school program for gifted students when the incident occurred.
Earlier, a Madison County public schools bus rolled onto its side Thursday morning after going off a road near the Madison-Jackson County line, authorities said. The bus was just starting its run, so no students were on board.
The driver was examined at a Berea hospital as a precaution, the school district said.