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No reported injuries in morning traffic incidents.
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The school system said no students or drivers were hurt, and there was no major damage to buses.
In the first, a school bus spun out of control at a turnaround at the Louisa County line, where the route ends, Assistant Superintendent James Meyer said.
The bus headed toward a tree as its wheels started spinning, but the driver prevented a crash, Meyer said.
The transportation department sent a wrecker to assist the bus after the driver called for help.
Another Spotsylvania bus was rear-ended by a car this morning on West Chatharpin Road, Meyer said. No injuries to students were reported, and the bus continued to school, he said.
A third bus was stuck on an incline on Robinson Road for about 20 to 30 minutes, schools spokeswoman Sara Branner said. The division sent a sand truck to help the bus, which was transporting 17 Livingston Elementary students.