Three years after a student at Hurricane High School sitting at his desk was struck by a stack of archery targets, his parents' lawsuit regarding the incident has been settled and dismissed. The boy's parents had sued the board of education in Putnam County, West Virginia. They contended that storing the targets in the classroom where they could fall on a student was negligent. They also argued that students near the targets should have been supervised. Reportedly another student was leaning on the targets when they fell on the victim. After mediation, the case was dismissed with prejudice.