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Tuesday, October 11, 2005
A Lesson Finally Learned? Because of two fatal Bucks County crashes, state Rep. Kathy Watson has asked to hold hearings on limiting how many passengers a teen driver can have. More. Four high school students are still hospitalized after the car they were in went out of control and rolled off the Bristol Pike late Sunday night. Mickey Teranto, 16, an 11th-grader on the football team, died after being ejected from a rear seat. Read story. Today in Bristol Township, counselors would be available to help students and school staff members deal with their grief.