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November 22, 2013 | By Darran Simon, Inquirer Staff Writer
CHESTERFIELD No criminal charges will be filed in last year's crash involving a school bus and a dump truck that claimed the life of an 11-year-old triplet and seriously injured her two sisters in Chesterfield Township, the Burlington County Prosecutor's Office said Wednesday. John Tieman, 66, of Beverly, was driving the bus to Chesterfield Elementary School on the morning of Feb. 16, 2012, when it was struck on the rear driver's side by the truck driven by Michael Caporale, 38, of New Egypt, at County Road 528 and Old York Road.
NEWS
January 20, 2012 | By Darran Simon, Inquirer Staff Writer
A woman was killed after a dump truck carrying sand flipped over and landed on the SUV she was driving in Cherry Hill shortly before noon Thursday, police said. The woman, whose identity was withheld pending notification of family, died at the scene of the accident at Haddonfield-Berlin Road and Morris Drive, said Lt. Bill Kushina, a township police spokesman. Two Good Samaritans stopped and frantically shoveled sand off the vehicle, a Lexus RX 350 with New Jersey license plates, according to two doctor's office employees who witnessed the aftermath.
NEWS
March 17, 2001 | By John Way Jennings INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
An off-duty New Jersey state trooper and his father were critically injured yesterday afternoon when their car crashed into the back of a dump truck on the Walt Whitman Bridge. The accident occurred in the westbound lanes on the Philadelphia side of the span at 2:35 p.m. It caused serious traffic problems until 4:17 p.m., when all bridge lanes were reopened, police said. Brian Lucas, 31, of Atlantic County, who authorities said was a New Jersey state trooper assigned to the Woodbine station, and his father, William Lucas, whose age and address were not immediately known, were proceeding west across the bridge with Brian Lucas at the wheel, police said.
NEWS
October 8, 1992 | By Kevin McKinney, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
If he has to, an Amish man traveling by horse and buggy will wait 10 minutes or longer by a major highway before he gives the all-clear for his horse to cross. It can be a tedious task. On Monday, as Ivan Stoltzfus approached the heavily-traveled Route 10 in northern Chester County, his horse was on his own. Stoltzfus was asleep at the reins, police said. And so the horse proceeded across the road while a dump truck closed in fast on the buggy. Luckily for Stoltzfus and his horse, the truck driver, Clifford M. Groff of Gordanville, braked in time to avoid a direct hit. The truck struck the rear of the buggy, tipping it over and dumping Stoltzfus flat on his face.
NEWS
December 1, 1989 | By Mike Franolich, Special to The Inquirer
A 72-year-old Staten Island woman, her daughter and granddaughter were killed and her great-grandson was critically hurt yesterday afternoon when their car was hit broadside by a dump truck in Washington Township, officials said. The crash occurred at 5:08 p.m. yesterday at the intersection of Pitman- Downer Road and Mariner Drive, police said. Margaret J. Trancucci of Green Valley Road, Staten Island, N.Y., who was the driver of the car, and the two other women were pronounced dead at the scene by the Gloucester County Medical Examiner's Office.
NEWS
February 5, 2004 | By Stephanie L. Arnold INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A state highway worker was seriously injured yesterday when he was run over by a Pennsylvania Department of Transportation dump truck. James Williams, 52, of Harmonyville, was flown to Hahnemann University Hospital in Philadelphia, state police spokesman Christopher Paris said. Paris said Williams' condition was unknown. Police said Williams, a 30-year veteran of PennDot, was working as a flagman while a repair crew blocked the right lane of Route 422 in Limerick, just east of Township Line Road.
NEWS
May 30, 2012 | By Bonnie L. Cook and INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A crash involving a tractor-trailer, a dump truck and a passenger car has closed the eastbound lanes of I-76 just east of the Conshohocken curve. About 300 gallons of diesel fuel has spilled on the roadway because of the crash, which left the dump truck on its side. One person was taken to hospital for injuries that are described as nonlife threatening. The crash occurred about 11:20 a.m. near Mile Marker 336, where the expressway goes over Waverly Road in Lower Merion Township, officials said.
NEWS
January 23, 1987 | By DAVE RACHER, Daily News Staff Writer
A 28-year-old Montgomery County woman who filed suit against Philadelphia Electric Co., claiming one of its trucks blocked her view of traffic and caused her car to be struck by a dump truck in 1979, has won a "structured settlement" that will pay her about $2 million over her lifetime. Charmaine Nuss of Perkiomenville is a paraplegic as a result of the accident, according to her attorney, Daniel M. Preminger. The attorney said the PE repair truck was parked too close to the corner of Route 73 and Eagleville Road, near Nuss's home, when she was attempting to make a left turn onto Route 73. "My client was unable to see the dump truck coming east on Route 73 because of the parked electric company truck," said Preminger.
NEWS
May 22, 1988 | By Susan V. Kraft, Special to The Inquirer
The resurfacing of portions of Compass Road and Old Mill Road and all of Pine Alley may soon be under way in Sadsbury Township. The Board of Supervisors voted, 3-0, Tuesday to accept a bid of $47,000 to resurface the lower half of Compass Road, from the intersection of Savage Road to Route 30; Old Mill Road from Route 30 north to West Caln Township, including its dirt section, known as Petka Road, and Pine Alley, which runs beside the municipal building....
NEWS
October 6, 1988 | By Ellen Pulver, Special to The Inquirer
In response to residents' complaints that the 35 mile-per-hour speed limit on Primos Avenue is too high, the Glenolden Borough Council has endorsed a proposal to lower the limit to 25 miles per hour. The council's action at its caucus Tuesday night was prompted by a letter sent by state Rep. Ronald Raymond (R., Delaware) stating that several residents of both Glenolden and Folcroft had told him that the road was dangerous with a 35 mile-per-hour limit. According to council president Thomas Connery, the Folcroft Borough Council has agreed to write a letter to the state Department of Transportation urging it to lower the speed limit on Primos Avenue, which is on the boundary shared by Folcroft and Glenolden.
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