A Bethlehem, Pennsylvania man is speaking out about his brush with death in DE during Friday's wreck that killed a North Jersey man and his four daughters. The children were identified as 20-year-old Kaitlyn, 17-year-old Danna and 13-year-olds Melissa and Allison.
The 53-year-old mother was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. Authorities are not sure what caused 44-year-old Albert Hubbard to lose control of the red pickup truck. CBS Philadelphia reports that moments before a Ford F-350 pickup truck slammed into a minivan, killing five members of the same family, it plowed into 24-year-old Brian Kern's Mercury Sable.
Kern said he saw Hubbard's pickup truck serve across the median at Route 1, coming toward him, and he swerved to avoid a head-on crash.
With the family about two hours from their home in Teaneck, New Jersey, a heavy-duty pickup on the other side of Highway 1 crossed the grassy median in Townsend, Delaware, according to Delaware State Police.
Family members of the Trinidad family had scheduled a memorial Saturday evening at Votee Park in Teaneck. He catches the back left of my auto and misses my door.
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"They're a loving family, God-fearing family", Daniel Trinidad said. Melissa Jaffe said police didn't immediately know the ages of the children or what part of New Jersey the family is from. The girls' mother took care of so many - she is a nurse at Beth Israel Hospital.
DuHadaway had been driving four cars behind the pickup when it clipped another vehicle, then became airborne as it struck the median. The mother of the family, Mary Rose Trinidad, was the sole survivor.
The family was driving back to New Jersey from vacation.
'I was sitting in the ER and my heart was just pouring out to them when I heard about it.
Friends and family are now raising money for the Trinidad family through a GoFundMe page found here. "I'm so blessed to be with the Teaneck Community and grieving with you for the Trinidad family", Teaneck Mayor Mohammed Hameeduddin said during a program for the Trinidads. "They're all gone, gone". We don't know how we will cope once reality sets in. He received a photo of the family eating blue crabs on July 4. By Sunday, more than $70,000 had been raised, far exceeding the page's $10,000 goal. Their bodies in the morgue are unrecognizable, ' he said.