Published: Tue, July 10, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

New Jersey mother survives crash that killed husband, 4 daughters

New Jersey mother survives crash that killed husband, 4 daughters

Pictured Mary Rose Trinidad (second from the left) with her husband, Audi Marquez Trinidad and the couple's four children.

Audie and his wife were restrained in the front, but the girls were not.

The oldest daughter had just graduated from college and Danna was going to be a senior in high school.

"She nodded her head and goes on and off sleeping", he said.

Another brother, Nelson, lives in Teaneck.

"It's certainly heartbreaking. As you can imagine those of us that have family and children". She works at Care One in Teaneck. "I feel so bad for this family", Jaffe said.

"I thought I was in an alternate universe", Kern told the Morning Call.

The multi-fatal crash occurred around 3:45 p.m. on Route 1, the state's major north-south artery, near Townsend, roughly 22 miles northwest of Dover, Del. It was the last the family heard from them. Why?" Danny said. "It's OK to grieve. Daniel Trinidad at his brother's home on July 7, 2018. Investigators would only say they're from New Jersey. "It was always a family affair". Police said the father and the girls were pronounced dead at the scene; the daughters were not wearing seatbelts.

A third auto was also involved in the accident.

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On Sunday, police identified the truck driver as 44-year-old Alvin S. Hubbard Jr. of East New Market, Md.

Police are still investigating the case and charges have not been filed.

Authorities on Sunday identified the wrong-way driver of the pickup truck that crashed head-on into a minivan on a DE highway, killing a New Jersey dad and his four daughters.

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"I've been in business 28 years", DuHadaway said. He catches the back left of my vehicle and misses my door. "The impact caused both vehicles to be displaced off the edge of the roadway and into a ditch", Jaffe added.

What happened next was what DuHadaway described as "horrific". "I wasn't sure how many cars were hit". The truck then continued going in the wrong direction and collided with the family's minivan.

Kern says he is now a proponent of seatbelt safety, as he believes that may have helped save his life. "But I'm a paramedic as well and I'm the only first responder there". "I felt kind of helpless, to be honest".

Meanwhile, a GoFundMe page to support Mary Rose has been set up. By Sunday, more than $70,000 had been raised, far exceeding the page's $10,000 goal.

He clipped the back of Kern's Mercury Sable before veering off towards the minivan that was carrying six members of the Trinidad family of Teaneck, New Jersey.

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