Condition Improves for 1 Triplet in Deadly NJ Bus Crash

An investigation into the cause continues and no charges have been filed.

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    Chesterfield families react to the crash that killed a triplet daughter of a New Jersey state trooper and injured 17 others, including the girls' siblings. Pei-Sze Cheng reports.

    Hospital officials in New Jersey say the condition of one of the sisters of an 11-year-old triplet killed in a school bus crash has improved.

    A spokeswoman for Cooper University Hospital in Camden says Natalie Tezsla's condition has been upgraded to stable, from critical. But her sister Sophie Tezsla remains in critical condition, as does a third student.

    The girls are the daughters of a New Jersey state trooper.

    The crash Thursday in the town of Chesterfield, south of Trenton, killed the Tezslas' other sister — Isabelle.

    The accident occurred when a dump truck collided with the school bus, which was carrying 25 children to an elementary school.

    An investigation into the cause continues and no charges have been filed.