Student Killed In Dump Truck, Bus Collision

CHESTERFIELD, N.J. — A collision between a school bus and a dump truck Feb. 16 caused the death of a student and injured several other children.

The student who perished in the crash was the daughter of a state trooper, CBS News reports. Police said she was a triplet, and her two siblings were on the bus at the time of the crash.

 The bus ended up upright against a large traffic signal at an intersection and the dump truck was run off the road into a grassy area.

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