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April 21, 2012 | By James Osborne, Inquirer Staff Writer
The parents of 11-year-old triplets who were in a school bus crash in February that killed one of the children are suing the bus and trucking companies involved in the accident. Anthony and Susan Tezsla say the crash, in which a dump truck struck the school bus at an intersection in Chesterfield Township, resulted from negligence on the part of the companies, GST Transport and Herman's Trucking, and their drivers. The Tezslas' three daughters were among about 25 elementary school students on the bus. The accident also severely injured the two other Tezsla sisters and 11-year-old Jonathan Zdybel.
NEWS
March 15, 2012 | By Darran Simon, Inquirer Staff Writer
The last student to remain hospitalized following a Burlington County school bus crash last month that killed a classmate was to be moved to a rehabilitation facility on Wednesday, according to a Cooper University Hospital spokeswoman. Sixth grader Jonathan Zdybel, 11, had been at Cooper in Camden since he was seriously injured in the Feb. 16 crash of the bus and a dump truck in Chesterfield Township. Jonathan left Cooper around noon, the spokeswoman said. His next stop was to be Nemours/Alfred I. du Pont Hospital for Children, according to a post by his family on the "Prayers for the Zdybels" Facebook page.
NEWS
March 14, 2012 | Darran Simon, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A Chesterfield Township sixth-grade student who was seriously injured in a school bus crash that killed a classmate last month has been moved to from Cooper University Hospital in Camden to the Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington. A Cooper spokeswoman confirmed that Jonathan Zdybel, 11, left the hospital around noon. According to a posting by his family on the "Prayers for the Zdybels" Facebook page, Jonathan was going to the Wilmington facility to continue his rehabilitation.
NEWS
March 14, 2012 | By Darran Simon, Inquirer Staff Writer
The two drivers involved in a Burlington County crash that killed a triplet and seriously injured her two sisters and another elementary school student were both issued traffic citations, authorities announced Tuesday. The school bus driver was cited for inching past a stop sign for a better view. Chesterfield Township police issued John Tieman, 66, of Beverly, a summons on Monday for failing to stop or yield in the Feb. 16 collision between the bus he was driving and a dump truck.
NEWS
March 13, 2012 | By Darran Simon, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The school bus driver in the crash that killed one of three triplets last month and seriously injured her two sisters has been issued a traffic citation for his role in the crash. Police issued bus driver John Tieman, 66, of Beverly, a summons Monday for failing to stop or yield in the Feb. 16 crash that killed sixth-grader Isabelle Tezsla, 11, injured her sisters Sophie and Natalie, and hurt a third student, Jonathan Zdybel, also 11. Burlington County investigators said a dump truck hit the school bus at the intersection of Route 528 and Old York Road in Chesterfield Township.
NEWS
March 8, 2012
The second of two 11-year-old triplets who survived a Burlington County school bus crash last month that killed their sister has left Cooper University Hospital in Camden, a spokeswoman confirmed Wednesday. Sophie Tezsla was moved Tuesday to a rehabilitation facility, according to the spokeswoman. Natalie Tezsla was released from Cooper on Feb. 22, nearly a week after Isabelle Tezsla was killed when a dump truck struck their bus in Chesterfield Township, forcing it into a traffic pole.
NEWS
February 29, 2012
Funeral services will be Friday for Isabelle Tezsla, an 11-year-old triplet killed this month in a Burlington County school-bus crash that her two sisters survived. The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the Feb. 16 crash involving the bus and a dump truck at County Route 528 and Old York Road in Chesterfield Township. Isabelle, a sixth grader, was pronounced dead at the scene. Her sister Natalie was discharged last week from Cooper University Hospital in Camden.
NEWS
February 28, 2012 | Staff Report
Services will be held Friday for Isabelle Tezsla, 11, who was killed Feb. 16 in a South Jersey bus crash that also injured her two sisters. The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the crash, which involved the school bus and a dump truck. Isabelle died as a result of that crash. Her sister Natalie was discharged last week from Cooper University Hospital in Camden. Their sister, Sophie, remains in critical condition at the hospital, as does 11-year-old Jonathan Zdybel.
NEWS
February 24, 2012 | Staff Report
The new bus driver in a fatal bus crash in Burlington County inched past a stop sign because of bad sight lines at the intersection, the National Transportation Safety Board said this morning. Friday's collision with a dump truck in Chesterfield killed an 11-year-old triplet, Isabelle Tezsla, and seriously injured her two sisters and a boy. Natalie Tezsla was discharged Wednesday afternoon from Cooper University Hospital in Camden, but Sophie and 11-year-old Jonathan Zdybel remained in critical condition.
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