Media Coverage

Media coverage was collected from 2009 through 2011. Beyond that date, visit or The Casey Feldman Foundation.


The Observer/Fordham University:


The Press of Atlantic City:

The Daily Times:

Ocean City Sentinel:

Cape May County Herald:

The Philadelphia Inquirer:

The Hawk (The Student Newspaper of Saint Joseph’s University):

News of Delaware County; Springfield Press:

KYW News Radio:

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The Philadelphia Inquirer:

TheFordham Observer:

Seventeen Magazine:

South Jersey Magazine:

The Daily Times:

The Press of Atlantic City:

The Chronicle of Higher Education:

The Quad (Student Newspaper of West Chester University):

Cape May County Herald:


Springfield Press:

News of Delaware County:

Todays Sunbeam:

The Daily Journal:

The Current; Shore News Today:

Ocean City Gazette:

Ocean City Sentinel:

The Northfield Record:

The Bridgeton News:

CU Parent, Fall 2010 Newsletter:

2010 New Jersey Pedestrian Law

TV News Clips:

The Press of Atlantic City:

Observer (Fordham University):

The Star-Ledger – and 1010 Winns, Associated Press:

The Star Ledger:

The Philadelphia Inquirer:


The Courier Post:

The Cape May County Herald:

Upper Township Gazette:


US DOT (U.S. Dept. of Transportation) 2-22-11:

Caveat by Dianne Anderson, Casey’s mother:In the effort to spread the word that even momentary distractions while driving can result in deadly consequences, the facts of Casey’s accident have become distorted through some of the media coverage of the U.S.DOT’s Faces of Distracted Driving video. Casey was in a marked crosswalk on the north side of 14th St crossing Central Ave. at the time of the accident. She was heading eastbound toward the boardwalk, had walked across the westbound lane and was in the center of the east lane on Central Ave. at the time of the accident just steps away from the curb. The driver was travelling northbound (in the east lane) on Central Ave. in a 25 mph speed zone, and had a stop sign at the south side of the 14th St intersection. From there, the driver had to proceed through the marked crosswalk on the south side of the intersection and through two lanes of travel on 14th St. before arriving at the crosswalk on the north side of the intersection where Casey was crossing. It is abundantly clear that this driver was distracted for more than just a second or two, particularly given the fact that he never even saw her.

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