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One Neshaminy Teen Discovered; SEPTA Bus Hits Dump Truck on 76; Camden Free EV Car Charging Stations
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 07/25/13 5:58 pm | updated: 07/25/13 5:58 pm
 
The body of a teenager was discovered today in the Neshaminy Creek as crews still look for two boys who went missing while swimming Tuesday night. Investigators have confirmed that the body is 18-year-old Dan Tadrzynski. His companion, 19-year-old Perry Krewson, is still missing. Krewson's uncle discovered the body in the water while on a kayak near East Bristol Road and Grove Avenue before noon and called 911. The search continues for the second teenager.

UPDATE 9PM: Authorities have found the body of 2nd teenager in Neshaminy creek Thursday night. The identification has not been officially released, but it is believed to be 19-year-old Perry Krewson.

Four people were injured this afternoon after a SEPTA bus rear-ended a dump truck. The accident occurred on the Schuylkill Expressway 1-76 between the Girard Avenue and Montgomery Drive exits. Four passengers from the eastbound Route 9 bus had to be taken to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania with non-lifethreatening injuries. The cause of the crash is still under investigation.

Camden County, NJ has installed seven new electric vehicle charging stations throughout the county. They are located at Camden County College, the boathouse on the Cooper River, and at library locations. Half the cost of installing the stations was paid for by the county, the other half was paid with federal grants. The most important feature of these stations is that electric vehicle owners get to recharge for free. Sounds better than $4.00 a gallon.

Mostly Cloudy, temperatures around 70 this evening in Center City.
 
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