Hubbard Jr., 44, of East New Market, Maryland, was driving a Ford F-350 when he crossed over a grassy median on Route 1 in Delaware, side-swiped another auto and plowed into the Toyota Sienna carrying the Bergen County family of six on Friday, Delaware State Police said in an updated press release Sunday.
Audie Trinidad, 61, and their daughters - Kaitlyn, 20, Danna, 17, and 13-year-old twins Allison and Melissa -were killed on a DE highway in their minivan when a pickup truck going the opposite direction crossed over the median and slammed into their vehicle, ABC News 7 reported.
A 61-year-old New Jersey man died along with his four daughters, ages 20, 17 and 13-year-old twins. Four children and and one adult were pronounced dead the other adult was taken to a local hospital with serious but non-life threatening injuries. The driver of the pickup, 44-year-old Alvin S. Hubbard Jr. from East New Market, Maryland, was treated and released from the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
The truck first clipped the rear driver's side of a 2002 Mercury Sable driven by Brian Kern, a 24-year-old from Bethlehem, Pa., before crunching directly into the Trinidad family's 1998 Toyota Sienna, officials said. He had minor injuries.
A southbound pickup truck crossed the median and struck the northbound passenger vehicle, Delaware State Police Master Cpl. Investigators would only say they're from New Jersey.
Audie's brother, Daniel Trinidad, tells PEOPLE that he saw Mary Rose on Monday morning before she went into another surgery for her right shoulder. Their mother, Mary Rose Ballocanag, who was riding in the passenger seat, is the sole survivor.
Celtics fan is remembered at funeral just as he lived
During his remembrance on Sunday, the family had Matthews preserved and placed in stance that reflected his low-key lifestyle. Not only was he representing his favorite team, but he was also "playing" NBA2K on his Xbox One.
Devastated relatives gathered Saturday at the family's Teaneck home to process the tragic news.
Photos showed the vehicle, a white four-door passenger auto, with extensive damage to its rear.
'I was sitting in the ER and my heart was just pouring out to them when I heard about it.
"There were so many people that came, so many friends", Danny Trinidad said of the vigil. "So far, we're holding up, you know, we're holding up as best as we can".
A GoFundMe Page has been set up to help Mary Rose Trinidad. As of early Saturday evening, the effort had raised almost three times its $10,000 goal. "She knows. The thing that she doesn't know is that my brother and two of the girls are unrecognizable (at the morgue)".
A passenger in the truck, a 30-year-old man from Hurlock, Maryland, was also treated and released.