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A New Jersey woman is the sole survivor of a horrific DE vehicle crash, which took the lives of her husband and four children on Friday, according to KTLA sister station WPIX in NY.

The initial investigation determined that on Friday a 3:47 p.m., a 2007 Ford F-350 work truck on a pickup frame was traveling southbound, in the left lane Route 1 in the vicinity of Noxontown Road, troopers reported.

61-year-old Audie Trinidad of Teaneck, New Jersey and his children-20-year-old Kaitlyn, 17-year-old Danna and 13-year-olds Melissa and Allison-were identified as the deceased.

Mary Rose Ballocanag, the 53-year-old wife and mother, suffered multiple broken bones but is expected to survive.

- The man who was behind the wheel in a truck that crashed into a minivan in DE was identified Monday by police as Alvin S. Hubbard Jr. of East New Market, Maryland.

Hubbard's pickup collided with a Mercury Sable driven by Brian C. Kern, 24, of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, just as the Teaneck family's Toyota Sienna struck it, Jaffe said. When I found out, I just couldn't believe it at first.

The scene of a fatal crash that killed a Teaneck man and his four daughters on Route 1, near Townsend, Delaware, on July 6.

Audie and his daughters were pronounced dead at the scene.

The Trinidad family were on their way home from the beach.

None of the girls were wearing seat belts at the time of the crash.

Family members said Audie Trinidad's journey was in many ways the realization of the American Dream. "So far, we're holding up, you know, we're holding up as best as we can".

"They're a loving family, God-fearing family", Daniel Trinidad said. My brother texted me a picture of the blue crabs they ate on 4th of July.

A GoFundMe page set up to assist with funeral costs and Mary Rose's recovery had raised more than $113,000 as of Sunday afternoon. As of early Saturday evening, the effort had raised almost three times its $10,000 goal.

'They're all gone in the blink of an eye. "She knows. The thing that she doesn't know is that my brother and two of the girls are unrecognizable (at the morgue)". Authorities are not sure what caused 44-year-old Albert Hubbard to lose control of the red pickup truck. She said the auto came to rest on the median, while the pickup truck continued to travel southbound in the northbound lanes and was hit by a minivan carrying the New Jersey family.


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