Gateway Pundit | By Jack Davis, The Western Journal Published September 5, 2022 at 8:30am
An electric vehicle needed some coal miners to get where it needed to go last week.
The vehicle broke down Friday near Mettiki Coal access road on US 48, in Tucker County, West Virginia, according to WBOY-TV.
A Facebook post from Randy Smith described the incident.
Smith is a Republican state senator who represents the region where the incident took place, according to the West Virginia state Legislature website. He’s also the safety coordinator at Mettiki Coal, his Facebook page states.
“Some days are just better than others,” Smith wrote before launching into the tale.
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