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New Jersey Triplet Injured In Deadly School Bus Crash Released From Hospital

CHESTERFIELD, N.J. (CBS) – An 11-year-old girl whose sister was killed in a bus crash last Thursday has been released from the hospital.

Triplet Natalie Tezsla was released from Cooper University Hospital Wednesday. She was injured when her school bus and a dump trump collided in Chesterfield Township, New Jersey. Seventeen students were injured in the crash that happened while they were on their way to school.

The crash claimed the life of Natalie’s sister, Isabelle. Their other sister, Sophie, was also injured and remains hospitalized. Eleven-year-old Jonathan Zdybel was also critically injured and remains in the hospital.

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  2. supermom says:

    These kids and their families are in my thoughts/prayers!

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