State officials suspend license of blaster after rock goes into Perry County home

State officials have suspended the license of a blaster who they say is responsible for a large rock crashing into a Perry County home.

We first told you about this story on Tuesday.

It happened near an ICG mine close to the Rowdy community.

The rock crashed through the roof and then exited through the side of the home.

That same day, a similar incident happened near a Beech Fork coal operation in Pike County led to another blaster's license being suspended.

No one was injured in either incident.

Officials are not releasing the name of the blasters.

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