Metro buses have tough time on Davidson County roads following snow

A Metro bus was stuck this morning. (Photo: WKRN)
A Metro bus was stuck this morning. (Photo: WKRN)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Metro school buses had a tough time on the roadways Friday following a morning snowfall.

One Metro school bus struck a mailbox and two other buses were stuck on a road in Antioch in the morning.

The first incident occurred shortly before 7:30 a.m. at the intersection of Tusculum Road at Shihmen Drive.

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No injuries were reported. No additional information was immediately released.

Another school bus became stuck at Nolensville Pike and Pettus Road later in the day.

And a Metro school bus got stuck while transporting students from Overton Night School this afternoon.

The vehicle became stuck at San Marcos and Woodhurst Drive in south Nashville.

Four students were on the bus at the time.

A neighbor allowed the teens into her home and fed them lunch so they could warm up.

“We were coming up the hill. Then we got stuck. A nice lady right there helped us out, let us in her house. She gave us food and everything.  It was very fun for us,” said one teen.