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Mason ZisetteSAN DIEGO, CA – Mason Zisette, a 16-year-old high school junior, died after he struck a freeway bridge while standing on the top section of a double-decker tour bus.

The bus had been chartered for another teen’s private birthday party on Thursday and was traveling about 45 mph on the San Diego Freeway when the incident occurred.

The bus had 45 passengers, most under 18 years old, along with some adult chaperons who were in the lower section of the open-roof bus.

Witnesses say about two dozen teens were dancing on the top level of the bus at around 8 pm as they passed under the Vitae Street overpass. Zisette may have been dancing on a seat cushion with his back to the freeway signs when his head and hands slammed into the sign.

Zisette collapsed to the floor and was carried to the lower section until help arrived. He was taken to UCLA Harbor General Hospital where he would die on Saturday.

In 2012 we reported on Daniel Fernandez, another 16-year-old boy who died on a party bus after hitting his head. He was with a group of teens headed to a party when he decided to stick his head out an emergency hatch on the roof of the bus. He happened to do this just as the bus was passing under the Fletcher Avenue Underpass.

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