The Millville, New Jersey woman involved in a fatal accident involving a dump truck has been identified.

Authorities say the crash happened just before 9 a.m. Thursday morning in Cumberland County, NJ.

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That's when the driver of a dump truck reportedly blew a stop sign at the intersection of Highland Street and Steep Run Road (near Commercial Twp. baseball field), then broadsided another vehicle.

Fatal Accident Highland Street and Steep Run Road
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Inside the Chrysler SUV was the driver and four occupants all under the age of 16, reports.

Millville, NJ Woman Involved in Fatal Dump Truck Accident Identified

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Sadly, the driver, identified as 43-year-old Brandy Woolson of Millville, NJ, did not survive.

The four kids in Woolson's vehicle, two girls ages 16 and 2 and two boys both 4 years in age, also had minor to moderate injuries, according to All were sent for medical treatment.

The man behind the wheel of the dump truck, 55-year-old Laamas Arthur, a Port Norris resident, also sustained injuries that required he be treat at a nearby hospital.

The deadly collision remains under investigation by New Jersey State Police.

It appears Brandy Woolson may have been a First Responder, with the Middle Twp. Ambulance Corps Facebook page naming her as a 'Life Member' and offering condolences to her family.

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