Monday, December 9 2013 11:20 PM EST2013-12-10 04:20:31 GMT
Sue Bonham didn't waste any time hugging four firefighters from the Sissonville Volunteer Department Monday night. Nearly one year ago, she said the four men saved her life. "It will be a year on Wednesday
Sue Bonham didn't waste any time hugging four firefighters from the Sissonville Volunteer Department Monday.
Parents are on edge at an area middle school after a
student suggested on Facebook that he was going to bring a gun to school.
It was business as usual at the school on Friday.
The post was made Wednesday and it sparked comments from several
other students, who asked the poster when he was going to bring the gun to
school and what he was going to do with it. It was unclear if the picture
posted by the student was of a real gun or a BB-gun.
"Makes you not want to send your kid to school,"
said Teresa Bradley, a parent.
"You've heard about children shooting up schools and
what not... you need to be cautious," said Yolanda Wilcox, a grandparent.
Kanawha County Superintendent of Schools Ron Duerring
says students and parents contacted school officials and Dunbar Police on
Wednesday about the post; the post has since been deleted.
Duerring says the student has been dealt with
using county polices, but would not elaborate on how the student may have been
punished. School resource officers were at the school on Friday, as they
normally would be.